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| | If an experimenter is attempting to determine G empirically by measuring the **force** between two masses, he or she should be aware of this effect and account for the nature of the path between the masses, if possible. |

| | **Electrostatic** Gravity Background An **electrostatic** **force** F takes the form of a charge Q multiplied by a voltage gradient E. E may alternatively be denoted as a voltage/distance term EMBED EQUATION , resulting in the expression for the **force** EMBED EQUATION . |

| | In the MKS unit structure, F is the **force** in newtons, Q is the charge in coulombs, V is in volts (electrical potential relative to another electrical potential), and r is a distance in meters. |

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