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  1. #1 I think that has more to the electron charge. 
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    I have a question here which non of my friend have answer it, if u like, see weather u can answer it, we know that electron charge has two, pos and neg, if like they will repel, if opposite they attract, n we know that pos charge has a push out magnetic field, neg charge has pull in magnetic field, n obviously the push out magnetic field has the force to push away other same charge element, but u see neg charge has pull in magnetic field, so why the same neg charge will repel each other why they don't pull together(some kind like holding together)? so, I think that maybe when the two neg charge close together, their magnetic field are pulling together, but the space between the two charge can't resist or hold anymore, so the space start to explose or push out(space expand), so the charge only then will repel. So how is it , do u think I right?


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    Are you referring to electrons and positrons?


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    Wow, I don't know there has a positron. No, I remember when I study electromagnet chapter in secondary school, my teacher always say same charge repel, different attract, so then i ask her abt the my question, she can't answer me, so I want to know why neg charge n neg charge why repel as I asked up there, btw I don't know that the positron, when can I learn that, secondary school physics never told that thing.
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    Ah, ok. You had said an electron with a positive charge- that would be a Positron: The anti-matter equivalent to the electron.

    An electron has an Electrostatic field. The charge of that field is negative. The electrostatic field is a vector field. So you can picture it as having a particular direction. For a negatively charged field it has a direction and for a positively charged field, it has another.
    Like fields will rub against eachother, giving a repulsive effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Chin View Post
    I have a question here which non of my friend have answer it, if u like, see weather u can answer it, we know that electron charge has two, pos and neg, if like they will repel, if opposite they attract, n we know that pos charge has a push out magnetic field, neg charge has pull in magnetic field, n obviously the push out magnetic field has the force to push away other same charge element, but u see neg charge has pull in magnetic field, so why the same neg charge will repel each other why they don't pull together(some kind like holding together)? so, I think that maybe when the two neg charge close together, their magnetic field are pulling together, but the space between the two charge can't resist or hold anymore, so the space start to explose or push out(space expand), so the charge only then will repel. So how is it , do u think I right?
    You called it a magnetic field. That is not correct. An electric field is different than a magnetic field. Why do opposite charges attract and like charges repel? Nobody knows. That's just the way the world is.
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