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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Total Surface Area of a Cone
Total Surface Area=pi*Radius*(Radius+sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2)) GO
Lateral Surface Area of a Cone
Lateral Surface Area=pi*Radius*sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2) GO
Surface Area of a Capsule
Surface Area=2*pi*Radius*(2*Radius+Side) GO
Volume of a Capsule
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*((4/3)*Radius+Side) GO
Volume of a Circular Cone
Volume=(1/3)*pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Base Surface Area of a Cone
Base Surface Area=pi*Radius^2 GO
Top Surface Area of a Cylinder
Top Surface Area=pi*Radius^2 GO
Volume of a Circular Cylinder
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Area of a Circle when radius is given
Area of Circle=pi*Radius^2 GO
Volume of a Hemisphere
Volume=(2/3)*pi*(Radius)^3 GO
Volume of a Sphere
Volume=(4/3)*pi*(Radius)^3 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Force required to lower the load by a screw jack when weight of load, helix angle and coefficient of friction is known
Force=Weight of Load*((Coefficient of Friction*cos(Helix Angle))-sin(Helix Angle))/(cos(Helix Angle)+(Coefficient of Friction*sin(Helix Angle))) GO
Frictional force in V belt drive
Force=Coefficient of friction between the belt and sides of the groove*Total reaction in the plane of the groove*cosec(Angle of the groove/2) GO
Force at circumference of the screw when weight of load, helix angle and coefficient of friction is known
Force=Weight*((sin(Helix Angle)+(Coefficient of Friction*cos(Helix Angle)))/(cos(Helix Angle)-(Coefficient of Friction*sin(Helix Angle)))) GO
Restoring force due to spring
Force=Stiffness of spring*Displacement of load below equilibrium position GO
Force of Friction between the cylinder and the surface of inclined plane if cylinder is rolling without slipping down a ramp
Force=(Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity*sin(Angle of Inclination))/3 GO
Force required to lower the load by a screw jack when weight of load, helix angle and limiting angle is known
Force=Weight of Load*tan(Limiting angle of friction-Helix Angle) GO
Force at circumference of the screw when weight of load, helix angle and limiting angle is known
Force=Weight of Load*tan(Helix Angle+Limiting angle of friction) GO
Force between parallel plate capacitors
Force=Charge^2/(2*parallel plate capacitance*radius) GO
Universal Law of Gravitation
Force=(2*[G.]*Mass 1*Mass 2)/Radius^2 GO
Force By A Linear Induction Motor
Force=Power/Linear Synchronous Speed GO
Force
Force=Mass*Acceleration GO

Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron Formula

Force=([Coulomb]*Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(Radius^2)
F=([Coulomb]*Z*([Charge-e]^2))/(r^2)
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What is Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron?

The electrostatic force causing the electron to follow a circular path is supplied by the Coulomb force. To be more general, we say that this analysis is valid for any single-electron atom. So, if a nucleus has Z protons (Z = 1 for hydrogen, 2 for helium, etc.) and only one electron, that atom is called a hydrogen-like atom. The spectra of hydrogen-like ions are similar to hydrogen but shifted to higher energy by the greater attractive force between the electron and nucleus.

How to Calculate Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron?

Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron calculator uses Force=([Coulomb]*Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(Radius^2) to calculate the Force, The Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron is the force by which electrons are kept in the orbit around the nucleus. Force and is denoted by F symbol.

How to calculate Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron, enter Atomic number (Z) and Radius (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.212E-25 = ([Coulomb]*17*([Charge-e]^2))/(0.18^2).

FAQ

What is Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron?
The Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron is the force by which electrons are kept in the orbit around the nucleus and is represented as F=([Coulomb]*Z*([Charge-e]^2))/(r^2) or Force=([Coulomb]*Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(Radius^2). Atomic number is the number of protons present inside the nucleus of an atom of an element and Radius is a radial line from the focus to any point of a curve.
How to calculate Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron?
The Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron is the force by which electrons are kept in the orbit around the nucleus is calculated using Force=([Coulomb]*Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(Radius^2). To calculate Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron, you need Atomic number (Z) and Radius (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Atomic number and Radius and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Force?
In this formula, Force uses Atomic number and Radius. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Force=Mass*Acceleration
  • Force=(2*[G.]*Mass 1*Mass 2)/Radius^2
  • Force=(Mass*Acceleration Due To Gravity*sin(Angle of Inclination))/3
  • Force=Charge^2/(2*parallel plate capacitance*radius)
  • Force=Stiffness of spring*Displacement of load below equilibrium position
  • Force=Power/Linear Synchronous Speed
  • Force=Weight*((sin(Helix Angle)+(Coefficient of Friction*cos(Helix Angle)))/(cos(Helix Angle)-(Coefficient of Friction*sin(Helix Angle))))
  • Force=Weight of Load*tan(Helix Angle+Limiting angle of friction)
  • Force=Weight of Load*((Coefficient of Friction*cos(Helix Angle))-sin(Helix Angle))/(cos(Helix Angle)+(Coefficient of Friction*sin(Helix Angle)))
  • Force=Weight of Load*tan(Limiting angle of friction-Helix Angle)
  • Force=Coefficient of friction between the belt and sides of the groove*Total reaction in the plane of the groove*cosec(Angle of the groove/2)
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