Describe how the strong nuclear force between two nucleons varies the distance between the 2 nucleons.

The strong force between two nucleons is initially repulsive. However at a distance of around 1 fm the force crosses over and becomes repulsive. The strong nuclear force is only seen to act over short distances.

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