The Electric Force. Topics. Electrical Forces Electric Charges Conservation of Charge Coulomb’s Law Conductors and Insulators Superconductors Charging Charge Polarization Electric Field Electric Potential Electrical Energy Storage. Electric Charge.
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The Electric Force
If charges are of same magnitude (and same separation),
all the forces will be the same magnitude, with different
Electric “field lines” tell a positive
charge which way to move.
For example, a positive charge itself
has field lines pointing away from it,
because this is how a positively-charged
“test-particle” would respond if placed
in the vicinity (repulsive force).
electric potential = electric potential energy/charge
As the particles get closer to each other, each experiences an increase in:g) forceh) speedi) accelerationj) all of thesek) none of these