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Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 1977   |  Last updated: Jul 28, 2020
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    Field lines start on positive charges and end on negative charges.

Same as the other quiz.

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 275   |  Last updated: Jan 24, 2013
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    The force field that surrounds a mass is a gravitational field. 

Chapter 15 Physics - Multiple Choice

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 429   |  Last updated: Mar 11, 2013
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    A very small ball has a mass of 5.0e-3 Kg and a charge of 4 uC. What magnitude electric field directed upward will balance the weight of the ball?

A normal atom has a neutral charge with equal numbers of positive and negative particles. To find the ionic charge of an element you'll need to consult your Periodic Table metals will be positive where as Non-metals will...

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 591   |  Last updated: Oct 11, 2018
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    Protons are...


Questions: 76  |  Attempts: 518   |  Last updated: Mar 12, 2013
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    Is it possible for two negative charges to attract each other?
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Electric Field Questions & Answers


What are the magnitude and direction of the electrostatic force which acts on the charge at the origin?
0.18 N is the answer to this question. The electrostatic force is known to be a branch of physics that will deal with different electrical charges that are already at rest. There are different reactions that may occur depending on what the elect
What is elementary change?
In chemistry, an elementary charge is most commonly denoted as an e or a q. According to the formal definition, it is the electric charge that a single proton carries, or it is equal to the magnitude of the electric charge that which a single electro
What does "Q" represent in chemistry?
In Chemistry, Q stands for the reaction quotient. The reaction quotient Q, plays a major role in a chemical reaction. It can be used to determine the value of the products and reactants at any point in a chemical reaction. It is also used to determ
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