anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help me with a physics qn? A point charge of +5nC is situated in air. (i) A point charge of -5nC is placed at 8cm from the +5nC charge, Show to scale the quipotential surface corresponding to 0V. (ii) Sketch in (not necessarily to scale) some of the lines of force in the vicinity of the two charges of +5nC and -5nC. (iii) What is an equipotential surface?
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JT950
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JT950
  • JT950
An equipotential surface is a 3-D surface on which the electric potential V is the same at every point.
JT950
  • JT950
The equipotential surface for v=0 is at 4cm (right middle) in your question (i)

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