Sure, gravity is much too weak, it only becomes interesting if you sum it up over a very large number of particles. I think the nuclear force is the relevant force but I don't know the details.What I mean is, what causes the rotation in the first place? gravity would be too weak at that scale. Wouldn't it?
Just nitpicking and not really relevant, but electrons are elementary particles and not made of quarks.The two components of the nuclease are Neutrons and Protons, and the exact numbers are important. All the main components of atoms, Neutrons, Protons, and Electrons, are made up of three different types of Quarks. They are their smallest particles.
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