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What does the K part mean in coulomb's law?
in Grade 12 Physical Sciences by Wooden (3,139 points) | 10 views

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The symbol K in the coulomb law is proportionally constant and stands for Coulomb's constant ( 9*10^9 N.M^2.C^-2).

The value of Coulombs constant is dependent upon the medium that the charged objects are immersed in. For example in the case of air, the value is approximately 9 x 10^9 N . M^2 . C^-2.

 

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