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## At what point the electric potential due to an electric dipole is zero?

A good example is the case of a dipole, which is two charges of the same magnitude, but opposite sign, separated by some distance. **At the midpoint between the charges**, the electric potential due to the charges is zero, but the electric field due to the charges at that same point is non-zero.

## At what angle we will get position of zero energy for a electric dipole?

The dipole is in constant equilibrium if **θ = 0 ^{}**. A dipole in stable equilibrium, when Electric filed and dipole moment are perpendicular to each other i.e. the angle between them is zero degrees and torque will be maximum.

## What is the electrostatic potential due to an electric dipole at any point?

i.e electric potential due to an electric dipole is **zero at every point** on the equatorial line of the dipole.

## Can electric field be zero when electric potential is not zero?

**Yes**, electric potential can be zero at a point even when the electric field is not zero at that point. … At the midpoint of the charges of the electric dipole, the electric field due to the charges is non zero, but the electric potential is zero.

## Can an electric field be zero?

For like charges, the electric field will be zero closer to the smaller charge and will be along the line joining the two charges. For opposite charges of equal magnitude, **there will not be any zero electric fields**.

## What does an electric dipole experience when it is kept in the non uniform electric field?

When a dipole is placed in an electric field, the opposite charges on the dipole both experience a force due to the electric field. … Hence the dipole will experience **both force and torque** when placed in a non uniform electric field.

## What is the formula of electric intensity?

Hint: The dimensional formula of electric field intensity can be found by using the dimensions of force and charge, as electric field intensity is the force per unit coulomb. Mathematically, **E=Fq** , where E is electric field intensity, F is the force exerted on charge and q is charge.

## What is electric potential dipole energy?

Potential energy of a dipole in an external fieldElectric potential energy of an Electric dipole in dipole from zero energy position to the desired position (The zero enrgy position to be one when the dipole When an electric dipole of dipole moment p is on it such that **P = [ P ] × [ E ]** This torque tends to rotate the …

## At what position is the electric dipole in uniform electric field?

Even if we change the orientation, the length and the charge of the dipole, the net force on the dipole will be equal to zero. Hence, the electric force on a dipole when it is placed in a **uniform electric field is always zero**.