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We know that every charge is a integral multiple of e (=1.6 * 10^(-19) C). While we dealing with charger like 1 microcolumb(order of magnitude of -6) or even nano columb this fact is not important....
you’d have to find the forces between the charge and it’s surrounding charges at different positions, and then calculate their vector sum.
Yes definitely the forces on the two charges will increase if the charges are stationery.(regardless of the polarity of the charges).... As per Coulomb’s law:-mod (F)=Kmod(q1*q2)/d^2
Is the diagram correct? i’m getting -Q for both P5 and P6.
Dear student,, here is the basic defination An electric potential (also called the electric field potential or the electrostatic potential) is the amount of electric potential energy that a unitary...
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better search it over the net not that worthit go for i.e. irodove (questions that area at last for every chaper are good ) also d mukherjee may help for ticky methods that may help for bitsat and...
for using kkirchoff’s law in case of capacitors, the first plate u encounter should be taken as positive plate and the charge on that plate should be taken into the equation.... suppose if u have to...
Try to convert the entire network into simpler across branch AB. Thanks.
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