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Electric Field Intensity
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Electric field intensity is given by:
defined as the force per unit charge.
Electric field is the force needed to move a single charge
q
, and the force
F
is given by:
F
=
q
E
The electric field
E
is proportional to
F
and has the same direction of the force
F
.
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