Coulomb’s Law is Not Violated in Anion Dimers as Reported by Fatila et al

Authors: Raji Heyrovska

This is a short note to dispel the idea that in some anionic dimers, Coulomb’s law is violated. The author points out that the two negatively charged oxygens are connected through a positively charged hydrogen provided by the hydrogen bond.

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