Using the same parameters in the previous section, calculate the electrostatic force at a distance of 1m.

Using the following values;

- Radius of Hydrogen atom 5.29177 x 10 -11
**m**(0.000000000053) - Charge of Hydrogen atom 1.602 x 10-19
**C**(0.0000000000000000001602) - Separation distance 1 m
- Coulombic constant 8.988×10
^{9}**N****⋅m**^{2}**⋅C**^{−2} - The corrected equation produces a force of 4.865 e-49N at 1m.

An equivalent calculation using F=GM1m2/r^2 and two protons is;

- Proton mass 1.6726219 × 10-27 kilograms
- Gravitational constant 6.67408 × 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2
- Ignore mass of electron.
- F = 6.67e-11 * (1.67e-27)^2/1^2
- = 1.86e-64 N

**Results;**

- The corrected equation returns a value substantially higher than the expected value.
- The impact of approximating the electron as a probability cloud was not investigated. This would involve approximating many spheres of varying radius in the numerical approximation.