Electric Field Force
An electric field exerts a force on a charge when it moves, and this force is referred to as the electric field force. The charged particle always goes in the direction of the electric field because of the electric field force.
F = qE
q is the charge, E is the electric field, and F is the force brought on by the electric field.
- The electric field is defined as the force per unit charge (E = F/q). Therefore, choice 1 is right.
- Current is the term used to describe the flow of electric charge over time.
- Electric flux is the term for the electric field per unit area.
- Electric potential is the measure of the electrostatic potential energy per charge.
Force per unit charge is known as ______. (a) Electric field (b) Current (c) Electric flux (d) Electric potential
The electric field is defined as force per unit of charge. The term "electric field" refers to the area or region around an electric charge where other charged particles may experience electrostatic force. The electric field's SI unit is N/C, and its sign is E.