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Answer to Question #65017 in Other Physics for Helen

Question #65017
Strands of DNA can act like springs. If a DNA strand is 2.10 × 10−6 m long and its
ends become ionized so that one end has gained an electron while the other end has
lost an electron, the positive Coulomb force compresses the strand so that its length is
2.07 × 10−6 m. Using this information, find the effective spring constant of this strand
of DNA.
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