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exchange force

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1. (Atomic Physics) a force between two elementary particles resulting from the exchange of a virtual particle
2. (General Physics) the force causing the alignment of the magnetic dipole moments of atoms in ferromagnetic materials
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This "unity of the opposites" may manifest either in the same body like the two poles of a magnet or on separate bodies like the positive and negative electric charge or in the same body simultaneously containing the opposites continuously exchanging into their opposite polarity; depending on the nature of the exchange force that keep the two opposites together and the external circumstances under which this force operates.
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Other firms are expected to adjust prices similarly since most of the fuel products in the Philippines are imported and are thus vulnerable to similar supplydemand and foreign exchange forces.