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Here short dipole is represented by AB. The moment of dipole is denoted by It is along AB vector. The center of dipole is O. Now we have to find electric field intensity at point k. According to the above mentioned data. OK=r can be divided into ...

Lets take an example of two point charges i.e. –q and +q. Both are separated by a distance of 2a. So, if we want to calculate the Electric field intensity at some point say P present on the axial line of the electric dipole. ...

Dipole moment is denoted by. Where gives the value of the strength of the Electric dipole. Dipole moment is a vector quantity. I.e. or The direction of dipole moment is towards positive charge from negative charge. S.I. unit of Dipole moment is coulomb-meter(C-meter). If the distance ...

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It consists of a set of same and opposite charges separated by a small distance. Let us consider some of the examples of the electric dipoles are HCl, CO 2 , Water etc. These are considered to be as the examples of the electric dipole ...

1. The direction of Electric field intensity at a point can be calculated by drawing the tangent to the line of force at that point. 2. Due to the attraction between unlike charges, the electric lines of force reduce longitudinally. 3. Due to the repulsion between the like charges, the ...

We have completed our discussion on electric charge distributions. So, according to which, Force applied on a total charge +q 0 at p(r) due to linear charge distribution having density

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At any point electric field intensity is the total sum of all the electric field intensities generated due to different charges at the same point. If other charges are absent then vectorially sum up their Electric field intensities. Here is the measure of the distance ...

The invention of electric lines of force was done by famous scientist Michael Faraday. These do not provide the full info about electric field, but provide us with quantitative partial information. Def: Electric lines of force can be defined as a way or path, it may ...

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