How the electric force between two positive change if the distance between the charges is tripled?
If the distance between the charges is tripled, the electric force starts to become weaker. For example, when you hold 2 of the same magnets (2 positive magnets) or even 2 opposite magnets (positive and negative) closer to one another, the electric force gets stronger. For the 2 positive magnets, you would have a stronger push when you try to put them together. When you have 2 opposite magnets, the magnetic force forces them to get closer to one another. When you start to pull them farther apart, the electric force becomes weaker.
What happens to a negatively charged object in an electric field do to a fixed positively charged object?
Electric Field between positive and negative charges. If the Electric Field in which both the positive and negative charges are present is stronger than the Electric Field between the two charges we are talking about, the the negative charge will move away from the positive charge in that positive direction of the field. If not, then the negative charge will get attracted to the positive charge and stay at the position of the positive charge…
Two point charges q1 and q2 are located a distance r apart in a vacuum Which change to the charges will halve the magnitude of the electric charge between them?
If you triple the distance between two charged objects by what factor is the electric force affected?
The electric force between two charged objects as the distance between them increases and as the magnitudes of their charges increase?
When the magnitude of the charges increase definitely electrostatic force also increases. Because the force is directly proportional to the product of their charges. When the distance between them increases then force decreases because the force is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the charges.
If you mean an electric field it is the field that surrounds an electric charge. If you have two parallel plates with positive and negative charges, the amount of electric field in the space between the plates is the voltage difference divided by the distance. Electric field E is measured in volts per metre.
What does the Electric Force between two charged objects depend on A Their masses and their separation B Their speeds C their charge and their separation D their masses and their charge?
Well, an electric force can be attractive or repulsive and it is the STRONGEST force in nature. And to feel this force, small changes might be involved. So, the question is: The Electric Force between two charged objects depends on which of the following? A) Their masses and their separation B) Their speeds C) their charge and their separation D) their masses and their charge Answer: C) Their charge and their separation. Why? Because the…
The magnitude of the force between two charges depends on -- the product of the magnitudes of the two charges, and -- the distance between the centers of the charges. The direction of the force depends on whether the signs of the charges are the same (repelling force) or opposite (attracting force).