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## At what point on the line joining the two charges is the electric field zero?

At what point(s) on the line joining the two charges is the electric potential zero? **Take the potential at infinity to be zero**.

## How do you find the point where the electric field is zero?

To find where the electric field is 0, **we take the electric field for each point charge and set them equal to each other**, because that’s when they’ll cancel each other out. The ‘s can cancel out. Therefore, the electric field is 0 at .

## At which point or points is the electric field zero?

1. The electric field is zero at **two points along the x axis**; one such point is to the right of the -2q charge and the other is to the left of the +4q charge.

## Is it possible to have a zero electric field between two charges along the line joining the two charges?

Is it possible for the electric field between two positive charges to equal zero along the line joining the two charges? **Yes, regardless of the magnitude of the two charges**.

## At what point on the line joining the two charges is the electric potential zero take the potential at infinity to be zero?

Hence electric potential is zero at **9 cm** and 45 away from positive charge on the side of negative charge. Potential at infinity is taken zero in the formula used.

## Can electric field at a point be zero while electric potential is not zero?

**Yes**, electric potential can be zero at a point even when the electric field is not zero at that point. … At the midpoint of the charges of the electric dipole, the electric field due to the charges is non zero, but the electric potential is zero.

## What does it mean when electric field is zero?

For unlike charges, the electric field is **zero outside of the smaller magnitude charge**. For like charges, the electric field will be zero closer to the smaller charge and will be along the line joining the two charges.

## In which regions electric field can be zero?

Thus the electric field between electron and proton will be zero in **case I and III**. Explanation: In case IV the electron is situated faraway from that point. So force due to electron can not be balanced by the force on proton.

## Is it possible to have a zero electric field value?

7) Is it possible to have a zero electric field value between a negative and positive charge along the line joining the two charges? … **Yes**, regardless of the magnitude of the two charges.

## At which point or points is the electric field zero N C for the two point?

The electric field is zero **somewhere on the x axis to the left of the +4q charge**. The electric field is zero somewhere on the x axis to the right of the -2q charge. The electric field is zero somewhere on the x axis between the two charges, but this point is nearer to the -2q charge.

## Why electric field is zero inside the conductor?

A conductor is a material that has a large number of free electrons available for the passage of current. … Hence in order to minimize the repulsion between electrons, **the electrons move to the surface of the conductor**. Hence we can say that the net charge inside the conductor is zero.

## When the electric field becomes zero Which of the following relations hold good?

Explanation: The electric flux density of a field is the sum of εE and polarisation P. It gives D = εE + P. When electric field becomes zero, it is clear that **D = P**.