The weakest force in nature is the Gravitational force.
In nature, there are four universal or fundamental forces. These forces are:
- Electromagnetic force.
- Strong nuclear force. (strongest force)
- Weak nuclear force.
- Gravitational force. (Weakest force in nature)
Important Facts about Gravitational Force :
- The gravitational force is weak but very long-ranged among Four Fundamental Forces of Nature.
- The gravitational force is always attractive despite being weakest force in nature.
- It acts between any two pieces of matter in the Universe since mass is its source.
- Though gravity holds planets, stars, solar systems and even galaxies together, it turns out to be the weakest of the fundamental forces, especially at the molecular and atomic scales.
- The value of the gravitational constant (6.67 x 10-11) is very small. Therefore, the value of the gravitational force also becomes small. This makes the gravitational force the weakest force.
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