Electric Field and its physical significance

Electric Field and its physical significance The space surrounding an electric charge Q in which another charge q experiences an electrostatic force of attraction or repulsion,is called the electric field of charge Q. ** Here charge Q is called the source charge and charge q  is  the called test charge. As we know that electrostatic … Read moreElectric Field and its physical significance

Class XII – Class Test Paper -6

Class Test Paper- 6 English Core Class XII  Time: 90 Minutes       M.M: 50 General Instructions: All questions are compulsory. Separate instructions are given with each question. Read them carefully and follow them faithfully Do not exceed the prescribed word limit while answering the questions.  Q1. Read the passage given below and answer the … Read moreClass XII – Class Test Paper -6

Quantum Physics and Millikan's Experiment

Quantum physics or Quantum Mechanics or Quantum Theory It is the study of the microscopic world. When we talk at microscopic level, many quantities are found only in certain minimum (elementary) amounts, or integer multiples of those elementary amounts; these quantities are then said to be quantized. The elementary amount that is associated with such … Read moreQuantum Physics and Millikan's Experiment

Potential Energy of Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field

Potential Energy of Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field The work done in rotating  the dipole  from one orientation to another is stored in the form of energy called potential energy of dipole. It is a scalar quantity.S.I. unit of potential energy is joule (J). Work done to rotate the dipole electric field through an … Read morePotential Energy of Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field

Electric Field Intensity on the axial and equatorial line of an electric dipole

Electric Field Intensity at a point on the axial line of an electric dipole This position is also known as ‘End-on position’. What is an axial line? Axial line is the line joining the centres of positive and negative charges forming an electric dipole. Consider an electric dipole consisting of +q and -q charges separated … Read moreElectric Field Intensity on the axial and equatorial line of an electric dipole

Electric dipole and its physical significance

Electric dipole and its physical significance A pair of two equal and opposite charges separated by some distance is called an electric dipole. Example:Two charges + q and -q separated by a small distance 2l constitute an electric dipole as shown in figure. The distance (2l) between two charges is known as dipole length. Total … Read moreElectric dipole and its physical significance

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