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## Electric Field of an electric dipole on axial and equatorial points – formulas

In this page, you will get the formulas required to calculate the electric field intensity due to an electric dipole on axial and equatorial points. The vector forms of these formulas are also provided. An axial point is also known as the end-on position. The equatorial point is on the perpendicular bisector of the dipole, […]

## Drawing the field lines due to a dipole

How to draw the field lines due to a dipole? Fig. 1 depicts the field lines due to a dipole. For a dipole, field lines start from the positive charge and terminate on the negative charge. The number of lines leaving the positive charge is equal to the number of lines terminating on the negative […]

## Electric Field Due to a Short Dipole – formulas

In this post, we will study 2 formulas of the electric field due to a short dipole. These electric field formulas represent the following: (1) Electric Field Due to a Short Dipole at a point P on its axis & (2) Electric Field Due to a Short Dipole at a point on the equatorial line. […]

## Dipole & Dipole Moment – definition, formula

In this post, we will find out what exactly an electric dipole is. We will also define dipole moment and find out the formula of dipole moment. Dipole | Electric Dipole If two equal and opposite charges are separated by a small distance, the system is said to form a dipole. The most familiar example […]

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