That's still not what I meant-are there such things as chemical charges?
Are there such thngs as equilibrium forces?
This isn't a game of Pokemon
A force is nothing more than an inclination to change motion. There are no different "types" of force, only different sources of force. All force is the same. Any force can cancel out any other type of force.
And in your question about chemical charges, yes there are chemical charges. Chemicals are bound together by charges, because atoms have charges...and molecules that are formed have charges because the atoms can be configured in non-symmetrical ways, these are called polar molecules. Molecules that are missing or have added extra atoms are called ions and exhibit a desire to get back atoms to balance them out again.
These ions have attractive and repulsive forces and behave very much like electrical charge. For instance, people often say that there is electricity in the human body right?
Remember when Morpheus likens the human body to a battery? That's a horrible analogy for many reasons...but the point is that the chemicals of potassium and sodium and others are ions that are used to send "electrical" signals within our body. If you want to learn more, read about "action potentials."