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For questions that utilize the concept of electric fields (commonly denoted by the letter E), or for questions whose answers likely involve electric fields. More specific than the [tag:electricity], as questions about the phenomenon & theory of electricity do not necessarily involve the discussion of fields.

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Shouldn't the electric flux through a circular disc due to a point charge kept at some finite distance from it be zero as all field lines which enter it exit it also and hence the net would be zero?
asked Jul 9 by Schwarz Kugelblitz
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I know that the electric field points from positive to negative potential in a circuit but it is opposite inside a battery for the purpose of continuity of electron flow and electric field....but why …
asked Aug 12 by Schwarz Kugelblitz
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Does this increase and decrease necessarily have to be linear in nature? I have seen this statement being thrown around which states that in direction of increasing electric field the potential decrea …
asked Jul 6 by Schwarz Kugelblitz
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Why is there a negative sign in the relation $$V=-\int \vec E · \mathrm d\vec r$$ between the electric field and the electric potential? Is this because of some derivation in vector calculus because …
asked Aug 12 by Schwarz Kugelblitz