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Why does not an electric charge experiences a force due to the field that charges itself produces?

Why does not an electric charge experiences a force due to the field that charges itself produces?

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
Dear Student,
In different writings it is constantly specified about the constrain on a point charge in an outer electric field. I think the molecule feels its own particular field, since it isn't so much that the field of different charges are painted in noticeable shading and that of its own are bright that it can't see itself. 
 
Consider the two proclamations, both for electrostatic conditions. 
 
1. A charge can feel outside fields. 
 
2. A charge can feel any electric field (commitment of outside in addition to self).
Cheers!!
Regards,
Vikas (B. Tech. 4th year
Thapar University)

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