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has an electron its own electric field ?

MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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Welcome! Any charged species has its own electric field....
well yes it's an electrone right ,, so like sourav said every chared species have field as|dw:1401079685982:dw|
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Yeah , We know that an electron can exert force on other charged particles . i.e, it can interact with other charges and charged bodies ! That Happens only when an electric field exists !
yes,anything having charge produces electric field..
I'd even say having charge/having an electric field are synonymous

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