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Hello, I was wondering if there is equation for the Strong Nuclear Force Strength and Weak Nuclear Force Strength like Coulomb's Law or Newtonian Gravity. I would like it in Function of Force Form if possible. F(x) = (x) , It seems as if most of the other forces have equation such as this that explain it.

 

Newtonian Law of Gravity

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Coulomb's Law of Electric Force

 

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Lorentz Law of Magnetism 

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Hello, I was wondering if there is equation for the Strong Nuclear Force Strength and Weak Nuclear Force Strength like Coulomb's Law or Newtonian Gravity. I would like it in Function of Force Form if possible. F(x) = (x) , It seems as if most of the other forces have equation such as this that explain it.

 

Newtonian Law of Gravity

200px-NewtonsLawOfUniversalGravitation.svg.png

 

Coulomb's Law of Electric Force

 

 

Lorentz Law of Magnetism 

This is not my field, but there is an interesting discussion of this question here: https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/8452/is-there-an-equation-for-the-strong-nuclear-force

 

It does not seem as straight forward as electromagnetism or gravitation.

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This is not my field, but there is an interesting discussion of this question here: https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/8452/is-there-an-equation-for-the-strong-nuclear-force

 

It does not seem as straight forward as electromagnetism or gravitation.

 

That is very helpful that is in the form that I am seeking almost, Now what about the WNF. This though not as straight forward as EM or G is still much closer than any that I have found even though it is particle specific, meaning different for all particle pairs. The second equation in this page is much more general, based on the Yukama potential, add a 1/ Δx and it is Force, Now what about the WNF?

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That is very helpful that is in the form that I am seeking almost, Now what about the WNF. This though not as straight forward as EM or G is still much closer than any that I have found even though it is particle specific, meaning different for all particle pairs. The second equation in this page is much more general, based on the Yukama potential, add a 1/ Delta Time and Mass and it is in force. Now what about the WNF?

I found the link by a google search. Why don't you now do that for the weak force and show us what you find? 

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