Problem: Two tiny particles of mass 4.30x10 -6 kg are located in close proximity 1.20 cm apart one of them has a charge of +20.0 mC and is glued to a table. The other of charge +2.20 mC is free to move but is initially held in place. If the second particle is released what is its speed very far away from its original location?

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Two tiny particles of mass 4.30x10 -6 kg are located in close proximity 1.20 cm apart one of them has a charge of +20.0 mC and is glued to a table. The other of charge +2.20 mC is free to move but is initially held in place. If the second particle is released what is its speed very far away from its original location?

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