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## ELECTRIC FIELDS

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**I. Electric Field**• Assume you have a point charge somewhere in space. • If you place a tiny point charge (q0), into that space, the electric field will apply a force to that test charge. q0 +**II. Electric Field Strength**• FORMULA • F is the force on the test charge. • Unit of Electric Field is a N/C E = F/q0 or E= kq/r2**III. Other Electric Field Formulas**• E = V/d • As distance increases from the Charge, the potential, or work decreases. • V= kq/r • The closer you get to a charge, the greater the potential • The bigger the charge the greater the potential**III. Electric Field Lines**• Always go from positive to negative. • OR, • Positive away • Negative toward • EXAMPLES • Hey, it is easier to draw them by hand**PROBLEMS**• What is the Electric Field strength of a point charge if .0002 N push an electron? • What is the Field strength .02 m from 2.0 x 1015 protons?