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The voltage is commonly referred to as the electric potential difference and can be measured using a voltmeter. The electrical potential difference between the two plates is expressed as V=Ed, the electric field strength times the distance between the plates.

## What is the voltage midway the two charges?

The electric field midway between any two equal charges is **zero**, no matter how far apart they are or what size their charges are. The minus sign comes because of attractive force. Now from the above equation we can easily see that if , then the potential energy will be zero.

## What is the value of electric field and potential at a point midway between two equal like charges?

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. Both the electric field vectors will point in the direction of the negative charge.

## What is potential midway?

The potential at the midway point from both charges is **the sum of the potentials of each charge**.

## What is the electric potential between two opposite charges?

Since the charges have equal magnitude and the distance from each to the mid point is the same, the magnitude of the potential energy contributed by each charge is the same, but the signs are opposite, so the net potential energy should **be zero**.

## What will be the electric potential energy between two charges q1 and q2 separated by a distance r?

Let consider that the system consists of two charges q1 and q2 ,such that they are separated by distance r. … Now, at a seperation of r , **potential energy will be equal to the product of charge q2 and the potential provided by q1**.

## Can electric field at a point be 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.

## What is the electric potential between two positive charges?

If you bring two positive charges or two negative charges closer, you have to do positive work on the system, which raises their potential energy. Since potential energy is proportional to **1/r**, the potential energy goes up when r goes down between two positive or two negative charges.