Consider two identical objects of mass m = 0.250 kg and charge q = 4.00 μC. The first charge is


Consider two identical objects of mass m = 0.250 kg and charge q = 4.00 μC. The first charge is held in place at the origin of a coordinate system, unable to move at all times. The second object is initially placed 3.00 cm along the positive x-axis and is free to move. The moment the second object is released at x = 3.00 cm, what is the acceleration of this second object? This experiment is done far away from other massive objects, in outer space.


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