Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance (Part-2)

Coulomb force between two (stationary) charges, like the gravitational force, is also a conservative force. This is not surprising, since both have inverse-square dependence on distance and differ mainly in the proportionality constants – the masses in the gravitational law are replaced by charges in Coulomb’s law. Thus, like the potential energy of a mass in a gravitational field, we can define electrostatic potential energy of a charge in an electrostatic field.

Created On: Dec 27, 2012 15:13 IST
Modified On: May 30, 2014 12:56 IST
Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance (Part-2)
Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance (Part-2)

Reading books where only concepts and study materials are present and nothing to engage the mind is quite boring. But combination of the two learning tools, audio and visual will enhance their learning, most of the time. In this video students will not only hear but also see and make a connection to remember what they have seen and recall is so important.
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