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There is no such thing.If you mean, what is a stationary electric charge, that is normally called static electricity.

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No. Electric fields are also present around current carrying conductors; i.e. non-stationary charges possess electric fields too.

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An electro-magnetic field

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gravitational and electric field.

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an ionic field

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positive and negative fields GOT IT?

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It is a kind of static-electric field

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A magnetic field does not interact with a?

A) stationary electric charge B) moving electric charge C) stationary magnet D) a moving magnet


What is Stationary electric charge called?

Static electricity


What are static electric charge?

the static electric charges refer to the charges which are at rest, in other words stationary positions.


What is the opposite of static electricity?

"Fenetic"- No, that doesn't exist. I'm not sure what is the opposite of static electricity yet. Static Electricity is a stationary electric charge or a stationary electric charge that builds up on an insulated object such as a capacitor or a thundercloud


What is the electric field?

The electric field is defined as the force per unit positive charge that would be experienced by a stationary point charge at a given location in the field.


Definition to electric field?

The electric field is defined as the force per unit positive charge that would be experienced by a stationary point charge at a given location in the field.


Describe an electric field?

The electric field is defined as the force per unit positive charge that would be experienced by a stationary point charge at a given location in the field.


What is the effect of a magnetic field on a stationary electric field?

The magnetic field will have no effect on a stationary electric charge. ( this means that the magnetic field is also stationary. ) If the charge is moving , relative to the magnetic field then there might be an effect, but the size and direction of the effect will depend on the direction of the electric charge as it moves through the field. If the charge is moving parallel to the field there will be no effect on it. If the charge is moving at right angles to the field then it will experience a force that is mutually orthogonal to the field and direction of the motion. You really need diagrams to properly explain this


What are electric charge?

the static electric charges refer to the charges which are at rest, in other words stationary positions.


When an observer moves past a stationary electric charge she detects?

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If a stationary electron sat inside a stationary magnetic field would the magnetic field cause the electron to move?

Stationary charge don't produce a magnetic field. because it has no velocity in it, without flow of electron we can't find electricity and for that we have no magnetic field for a stationary charge. It produce only electric field.


Would a stationary electron produce an electromagnetic wave?

My answer is NO, since vibrating electric charge cannot exist independently (conservation of electric charge cannot be violated). Vibrating electric charge can only exist as part of electric charge wave.