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Debates on Electrostatics #1 (All questions from H.C.V)

  1. The charge on a proton is \(\displaystyle +1.6\times { 10 }^{ -19 }C\) and that on an electron is \(\displaystyle -1.6\times { 10 }^{ -19 }C\). Does it mean than the electron has a charge \(\displaystyle 3.2\times { 10 }^{ -19 }C\) less that the charge of a proton?

  2. Consider two particles A and B having equal charges and placed at some distance. The particle A is slightly displaced towards B. Does the force on B increase as soon as the particle A is displaced ? Does the force on the particle A increase as soon as it is displaced?

  3. Does the force on a charge due to another charge depend on the charges present nearby?

Note by Soumo Mukherjee
3 years ago

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  1. The charges are the same but of opposite polarity. Both will apply force of same magnitude on a unit positive charge but one is attractive an other repulsive.
  2. As the electromagnetic waves travel with speed of light, so it will take a little time for force to change.
  3. Not at all

Rohan Bansal - 2 years, 7 months ago

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