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PHYSICS

COLOUMBS LAW:
The force exerted between two charges varies directly as the product of charges and inversely proportional to square of distance between them.

ELECTRIC FIELD:
Electric field is defined as the region or the space in which the charged body can experience a force. ELECTRIC LINES OF FORCE: An electric line of force is the path along which a unit positive charge would tend to move when free to do so in an electric field. ELECTRIC INTENSITY: Electric intensity at a given point is defined as the force experienced by a unit positive charge placed at point. DIPOLE: A configuration of two equal and opposite charges separated by a distance apart is called dipole. ELECTRIC FLUX: The total number of force emanating from a charge is called electric field. GAUSSS LAW: