an electric charge seas up an electric field in it's surroundings.it exerts force upon any charges which arrives in this field region.the force will be stronger when the field intensity is higher
Electric field intensity= force/charge
electric field intensity is zero at the center of the loop
Intensity=|E|2 where, E=Electric field amplitude.Power=|Intensity|*Area
Electric field intensity is the force experienced by a unit positive charge in another charge's electric field.
They are different names for the same thing!
Electric field due to a charge is the space around the charge in which any other charge experience a force of attraction or repulsion. Whereas, electric force is the electric field intensity and is defined as the force on a unit positive charge at any point in an electric field is the electric field intensity E at that point.
Yes, it is.
Yes, yes, go on. What is your question ?
Yes. That's what "uniform electric field" means.
due electrostatic force
The electric intensity is the force on a unit positive charge placed at that point in the field. Its unit is Newtons per coulomb(N/C) or Volts per meter (V/m).
Quite simply, the more field lines per unit area, the greater the field density. More field lines equates to a greater field intensity. It's that simple.
Newton / coulomb, or the equivalent volt / meter.
No,because electric field (force/charge) is a vector quantity, i.e. , it has both magnitude as well as direction.
Under an electric field, magnitude and direction of electric intensity is different in every point.If the electric intensity can be defined through a closed line (direction of electric intensity will be along the tangent of any point of that line)this is called electric lines of force. Electric lines of forces passing through an closed electric surface perpendicularly, is called electric flux.
The electric field, in this case, would be the same, no matter how far you go from the plate.
becos if there is electric field along the tangential line the charges will move to the another place
No. It is strongest at the poles.
Electric Field Intensity also simply referred to as the Electric Field is a vector quantity with the units (V/m) (Volts per meter) Symbol: E (Boldface to represent a vector)Electric Potential is a scalar quantity with units V (Volts). Also sometimes referred to as Voltage when dealing with the difference between two points. Symbol: V (non-bolded to represent a scalar)The relationship between the two is:The Electric Field Intensity E is equal to the negative of the gradient of V.
The abbreviation for electric intensity is " I " the intensity is measured in amps using an ammeter.
The s.i. unit of efi is coulomb/metre sq.
The direction of electric intensity at a point in an electric field is along the direction of the tangent at that point. The electric field at a point is the resultant of the fields created by two charges.Therefore at a point electric intensity has only one direction.Therefore no two lines can cross each other.(By Maawa Khalid contact e mail:firstname.lastname@example.org)
The work to be done to bring a unit positive electric charge from infinity to the given in an electric field is known as the electric potential at that point.
Electric field lines show lines of uniform strength of the electric field. On a map for example you see lines which show uniform height and you can deduce gradients and hence find hills. Electric field lines show the same thing but instead of height of the ground it shows intensity of the field.