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Grade: 12th pass

                        

I want to ask that what is dE/dx =0 condition and why do we take electric field to be maximum when this condition is there

3 years ago

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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8407 Points
							At any point, if the maximum electric field is attained then there is no more increase in the magnitude of the electric field. i.e. the electric field is constant at that point or its slope is parallel to that of the ‘x’ axis. So, the rate of change of the electric field is zero. And thus,dE/dx=0

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