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Give one suitable example in each of following cases(with proper explanation and diagrams)
 
1. Electric field(E)=0 but Potential(V) is not 0.
 
2. Electric field(E) is not 0 but Potential(V) = 0.
 

Asked by nikitaayyagari 2nd May 2016, 1:17 AM
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1. Electric field(E)=0 but Potential(V) is not 0: The electric field is zero at a point exactly midway between two equal and similar charges but the electric potential at that point is twice than that due to a single charge.  

2. Electric field(E) is not 0 but Potential(V) = 0: At the mid point of line joining two equal and opposite charges, and at a point a equatorial line of a dipole, electric field is not zero but electric potential is zero

Answered by Expert 2nd May 2016, 6:58 PM
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