- At which position is the electric field zero?
- What is the electric potential at the Centre of a square of side 1m?
- What is Square Center?
- What is the formula of electric field lines?
- What are the three properties of electric field lines?
- What is meant by uniform electric field?
- Where is the electric field the most uniform How can you tell?
- What is the relationship between distance and electric field?

By placing a test charge (positive charge) at the center of the square you can clearly see the direction of each electric field. The two chrages on opposite vertices will cancel each other. Then, the net electric field will be where , and d is length of half the diagonal of the square.

## At which position is the electric field zero?

There is a spot along the line connecting the charges, just to the “far” side of the positive charge (on the side away from the negative charge) where the electric field is zero. In general, the zero field point for opposite sign charges will be on the “outside” of the smaller magnitude charge.

## What is the electric potential at the Centre of a square of side 1m?

=509 volt.

## What is Square Center?

So the center of a square, rectangle, rhombus or parallelogram is where the diagonals intersect, this being (amongst other properties) the fixed point of rotational symmetries. Similarly the center of an ellipse or a hyperbola is where the axes intersect.

## What is the formula of electric field lines?

The electric field strength is exactly proportional to the number of field lines per unit area, since the magnitude of the electric field for a point charge is E=k|Q|r2 E = k | Q | r 2 and area is proportional to r2.

## What are the three properties of electric field lines?

Properties of an Electric Field

- Field lines never intersect each other.
- They are perpendicular to the surface charge.
- The field is strong when the lines are close together, and it is weak when the field lines move apart from each other.
- The number of field lines is directly proportional to the magnitude of the charge.

## What is meant by uniform electric field?

A uniform electric field is a field in which the value of the field strength remains the same at all points. In a uniform electric field, as the field strength does not change and the field lines tend to be parallel and equidistant to each other.

## Where is the electric field the most uniform How can you tell?

Field-Line Patterns The relative magnitude of the electric field is proportional to the density of the field lines. Where the field lines are close together the field is strongest; where the field lines are far apart the field is weakest. If the lines are uniformly-spaced and parallel, the field is uniform.

## What is the relationship between distance and electric field?

The strength of an electric field as created by source charge Q is inversely related to square of the distance from the source. This is known as an inverse square law. Electric field strength is location dependent, and its magnitude decreases as the distance from a location to the source increases.