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AT DISTANCES MUCH LARGER THAN THE SEPERATION OF TWO CHARGES FORMING A DIPOLE,EL.FIELD FALLS OFF.WHY?

AT DISTANCES MUCH LARGER THAN THE SEPERATION OF TWO CHARGES FORMING A DIPOLE,EL.FIELD FALLS OFF.WHY?

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ashish kumar
17 Points
13 years ago

In a Dipole the distance between the charges is very small.For large distance at a point P(assume) both the charges are almost equidistant from that point. SO both the charges have equal and opposite effect on that point and the field falls.

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