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# What is an electric monopole?

Updated: 9/11/2023

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A single point charge, may be positive or negative.

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### What is potential difference of a monopole?

The simple answer: the potential at a point some distance, r from a monopole is kQ / r, where k is Coulumb's constant: 9.0E9 Q is the charge of the monopole and r is the distance from the monopole. And how to get there: Since electric force is kq1q2/ r2, the electric field ( Force per charge) is kQ/r2. The voltage of a particle is defined to be the integral of the electric field with respects to r. Thus integrating you get the above equation.

### What is a difference of potential?

The simple answer: the potential at a point some distance, r from a monopole is kQ / r, where k is Coulumb's constant: 9.0E9 Q is the charge of the monopole and r is the distance from the monopole. And how to get there: Since electric force is kq1q2/ r2, the electric field ( Force per charge) is kQ/r2. The voltage of a particle is defined to be the integral of the electric field with respects to r. Thus integrating you get the above equation.

### Radiation resistance of quarter wave monopole antenna is?

The radiation resistance of quarter wave monopole is 36.5 ohms

### The most appropriate value of the radiation resistance of a quarter wave monopole antenna?

The radiation resistance of a quarter wave monopole over a ground plane is 36.5 ohms.

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### How electric charges similar to magnetic poles?

There are two oppositely "charged" poles for both electric and magnetic. For magnetism we call the poles North and South, while for static electricity we call the poles positive and negative. Of course, you can walk away with the electrically charged positive pole, while you can't walk away with the North "charged" pole. There are differences. There is (apparently) no magnetic monopole.

### Compare and contrast the electric force with the gravitational force?

gravitation only attracts, while electrical forces attract when the electrical charges are opposite and repel if the charges are similar. Thus, gravitation is considered a monopole force, while electrostatics is a dipole force. However, the concept of dark energy, which seem

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they show wich way iron shavings would align themselves They always make closed loops. Electric field lines can either form closed loops or they can start and finish on isolated electric charges. Magnetic field lines always only form closed loops.