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ELECTRIC FIELD

o Region where electrical charges


experiences electric force.
o These usually represented by arrow
lines which divide into:
 ^Electric field lines
 ^Electric lines of force
o Type of direction of the lines:
 *Positive Charge :Arrow lines pointing out of
object
 *Negative Charge:Arrow lines pointing
towards the object
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ELECTRIC CHARGE

 DIVIDED INTO TWO TYPE:
 ~ Positive charge
 ~ Negative charge

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Ø SI Unit for Electric Charge,Q : Coulomb (C)
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Ø Example:
 * Two object with same charge: object will repel
 * Two object with different charge: object will attract

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Electric field lines need a pair of charges.

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vLightning Conductors

- Protect from destructive consequences caused by


lightning strikes

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vElectrostatic Sprays

- used extensively in the automotive


industry,agriculture,food processing &
manufacturing.

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ELECTRIC CURRENT, i
 < Produced due to the flow of electrical circuit

 < Each electron has a charge .


 < Using formula:


 CURRENT :Total charge flowing through a


point
 Time taken
 I :Q
 T
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Where : I ;electric current (A)
Q;Charge(C)
t ;time(s)

SI Unit : Ampere(A)

The direction of electric flow is


always opposite to the direction of
electron flow.

Usually measured with an ammeter or a


milliammeter
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Van de graaff generator

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CREATED BY:
NORAMIRA JASMEN & NURAZARIAH RAHIMAN
5 ARIF

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