If I have a space of uniform electric field, let's say always pointing upwards and of strength 5 N/C, if I place a ball of 2 C in that field. It should experience a force of 10 N and accelerate upwards, right? (The space is also free from gravitational field)
I have a few questions here,
Would the field of the 2 C ball mess up the field of the space? Would it cause problems (as in, will the ball actually experience a lesser force because of this or something?)
I heard that accerlerating charges give out radiation and loose energy. What will happen here, the ball won't keep accelerating away as I initially thought?
Moreever, that statement "accelerating charges give out radiation and loose Energy" is confusing me. Does this mean it's all frame dependent? If I rub my hair with a balloon, it will get charged..If I after rubbing the balloon keep it aside and start running..The charges should loose energy and emit radiation? This is really confusing me..Is it really frame dependent like that?