## What is the electric flux due to electric field E 3 * 10 3?

**electric flux will be zero**.

it is given that, electric field, E = 3 × 10³ i N/C through a square of side 10cm. we have to find electric flux through square when it is held perpendicular to E. i.e., and between area vector and electric field is , θ = 90°.

## What is the flux due to electric field through a square of side 10 cm when it is held normal to E?

Answer: Explanation: electric flux will be **zero**.

## What is the flux due to electric field is equal to?

In the metre-kilogram-second system and the International System of Units (SI) the net flux of an electric field through any closed surface is **equal to the enclosed charge, in units of coulombs, divided by a constant, called the permittivity of free space**; in the centimetre-gram-second system the net flux of an …

## What is the flux due to electric field E 5 * 10 3 through a square of side 10cm?

Here →**E**=**5**×**103**ˆiN/CA=**10**cm2ˆi=**10**-2ˆim2,ϕ=**5**×**103**ˆi. **10**-2ˆi⇒ϕ=50 weber.

## 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**.

## Why can’t two electric field lines cross each other?

Electric field lines cannot cross. … This is because they are, **by definition, a line of constant potential**. The equipotential at a given point in space can only have a single value. If lines for two different values of the potential were to cross, then they would no longer represent equipotential lines.

## What is the flux due to?

Electric flux is **the number of electric field lines passing through a given area**.

## What is Gauss law and prove it?

When an area of the surface projected in a plane perpendicular to the field is multiplied by the electric field is the electric flux. It states that, the **total electric flux of a given surface is equal** to the 1Eθ times of the total charge enclosed in it or amount of charge contained within that surface.

## How is electric flux calculated?

The total of the electric flux out of a closed surface is equal to the charge enclosed divided by the permittivity. The electric flux through an area is defined as the **electric field multiplied by the area of the surface projected in a plane perpendicular to the field**.

## Can electric field be negative?

**Electric field is not negative**. It is a vector and thus has negative and positive directions. An electron being negatively charged experiences a force against the direction of the field. For a positive charge, the force is along the field.