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what is the nature of electrical field?

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what is the electrical field?
You might find this lecture help, even if it is a bit advanced. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-02-electricity-and-magnetism-spring-2002/video-lectures/lecture-2-electric-field-and-dipoles/

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any region in which,an electric test charge,if brought in to region would experience an electric force
if we hav not test charge in the rigion so we have not field??????
Yes, it's still there. Watch the lecture.
field is nature of charge?
if test charge is not present there ,then there is still electric field .now i am trying to explain simply. .the region in the vicinity of charged body posses special properties because presence of charge for example another charged body into this region would experienceforce .such a region is known as an electric field

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