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## What is the unit of line integration of electric field intensity?

The physical quantity obtained by the line integral of the electric field is potential and its unit is **JC−1**. Potential is the energy per unit charge. The electric field is the region in which a charge applies force of attraction or repulsion on another charge.

## What is the SI unit of integral of electric field?

Surface integral of electric field is electric flux and its unit is **Nm ^{2}C^{–}^{1}**.

## What is the unit of field intensity?

**Joule/newton**. Hint: The unit of electric field intensity can be found by using the units 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.

## Why is line integral of electric field zero?

Let us first assume two points a and b in an electric field due to charge q. **Some amount of work is done to move a test charge from one point to another point along a closed path**. … Hence, the line integral of a closed path will be equal to zero.

## What is the dimension formula of electric field?

Or, E = [M^{1} L^{1} T^{–}^{2}] × [I^{1} T^{1}]^{–}^{1} = [M^{1} L^{1} T^{–}^{3} I^{–}^{1}]. Therefore, the Electric Field is dimensionally represented as **[M ^{1} L^{1} I^{–}^{1} T^{–}^{3}]**.

## What is SI unit of electric flux?

Electric flux has SI units of **volt metres (V m)**, or, equivalently, newton metres squared per coulomb (N m^{2} C^{−}^{1}).

## Which electric field is a physical quantity?

Electricity and Magnetism

Physical Quantity | Unit |
---|---|

Electric Charge | [Coulomb] |

Electric Current | [Ampere] = [Coulombs/second] |

Electric Field | [Newtons / Coulomb] |

epsilon_{} |
[Coulomb^{2} / meter^{2} / Newton] |

## What is unit of electric intensity?

The electric field intensity (**volts/meter**) at any location is the force (Newtons) that would be experienced by unit test charge (Coulombs) placed at the location.

## What is electric intensity and its unit?

Definition- the electric field intensity is defined as the ratio of the force →F experienced by the charge and the amount of the charge q . ∴→E=→Fq. Force is a vector quantity. The SI unit of the electric field intensity is **volt/meter or V/m.**

## What are two units of electric field?

The SI unit of the electric field is **volts per meter (V/m)**. This unit is equivalent to Newton’s per coulomb. These are derived units where Newton is a unit of force and Coulomb is the unit of charge.

## What is the unit of negative line integral of electric field?

**C2N−1m−2**.

## What is electric potential equal to?

Electric potential, the amount of work needed to move a unit charge from a reference point to a specific point against an electric field. … The electric force F exerted by the field on the positive charge is **F = qE**; to move the charge from plate A to plate B, an equal and opposite force (F′ = −qE) must then be applied.