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Forces interaction: strong, electromagnetic, gravitational, and weak.

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The strong force is responsible for the binding of neutrons and protons into nuclei.
The electromagnetic force is responsible for the ...

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This solution looks at the types of forces interaction: strong, electromagnetic, gravitational, and weak.

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