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hi, I was wondering whether someone knew if we had to learn how to draw the graph that shows the strong nuclear force acting on nucleons. I checked the aqa spec and they didn't mention a graph but the textbook contains one and I'm not sure whether to teach myself how to draw one as I'm short on time rn and I'm revising key things. Thanks.
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If it's not on the specification, you don't have to know it. though, it won't take too long to learn
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If it's not on the specification, you don't have to know it. though, it won't take too long to learn
Alright, thanks. No I would have learned it, and I did try, it's just that the way that it's presented in the textbook is really confusing to me - similar graphs on the internet are simpler so I didn't know if all the details in that graph were necessary.
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Alright, thanks. No I would have learned it, and I did try, it's just that the way that it's presented in the textbook is really confusing to me - similar graphs on the internet are simpler so I didn't know if all the details in that graph were necessary.
If you don't know the graph, you atleast have to know HOW the strong nuclear force works. So that it is repulsive below 0.5fm and attractive up to around 5fm then its strength falls rapidly to zero
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Yes, I learned how it works. Thanks (:
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