Apologies for the delay – was on the road for a few days.
The entire thing is a strange concept. My argument is that a simple numerical approximation using a spreadsheet disagrees with the shell theorem. Below is the approach for the numerical approximation. Also attached is a spreadsheet implementing the diagram.
The numerical approximation in the spreadsheet over n rows is shown as a Riemann sum below.
Which evaluates to
If you use that equation, and not the classic q1q2/r^2 equation, for point to sphere interaction a Hydrogen molecule now has four different electrostatic forces at play, well three in the case of Hydrogen gas.
And the weird part - if you graph the net force over distance of all forces you get a Lennard Jones curve.
And the peak is about where it should be at stable molecular bond distance and the tail trails off infinitely with an ever decreasing attractive force ( a bit like gravity).
Lots of people have looked at this and said it cannot be correct but nobody can tell me what is actually incorrect other than it disagrees with pretty much everything physics is based on.
Cheers,
Colin.
Paper_PtoC_Sample_20210627.xlsx
Paper_CtoC_Sample_20210627.xlsx