Similarities and differences in magnetic and electric field (Dilpreet posted this question) Similarities Differences Both electric and magnetic field are conservative forcesBoth obey inverse square law Both are non contact forces (Forces can be exert...
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We know that photon has no charge. Then where from it gets electric and magnetic field in light? Malik Sajad asks Answer: Electric and magnetic fields are not produced by the photon; it is massless too. But, photon is created by time varying electric a...
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“Referring to HC Verma Part 2, chapter 29, Electric field and potential, Q 69 I think that Force is inversely proportional to square of the distance between the charged particles, so acceleration is not constant and hence v*v = u*u + 2*a*s is not valid in this case. [...]
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Why does the electric field inside a dielectric decrease when it is placed in an external electric field?
The net electric field inside a dielectric decreases due to polarization. The external electric field polarizes the dielectric and an electric field is produced due to this polarization. This internal electric field will be opposite to the external electric field and therefore the net electric field inside the dielectric will be less
A 10m length of aluminium wire has a diameter of 1.5mm. It carries a current of 12A. Find (i) the current density. (ii) the drift velocity (iii) the electric field in the wire. aluminium has approximately 10^29 free electrons per m^3
Why a ferromagnet vibrates in a alternating magnetic field? (Swadipriya asked this) Incoming search terms:why ferromagnetic vibrates in alternating magnetic field