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Electric Field due to line charge Formula

Electric Field=2*[Coulomb]*linear charge density/radius
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About the Electric Field due to line charge

The direction of electric field is a the function of whether the line charge is positive or negative. If λ < 0, i.e., in a negatively charged wire, the direction of E is radially inward towards the wire and if λ > 0, i.e., in a positively charged wire, the direction of E is radially out of the wire. The magnitude of electric field intensity at every point on the curved surface of the cylinder is same, because all points are at the same distance from the line charge.

How to Calculate Electric Field due to line charge?

Electric Field due to line charge calculator uses Electric Field=2*[Coulomb]*linear charge density/radius to calculate the Electric Field, Electric Field due to line charge can be determined by using Gauss Law and by assuming the line charge in the form of a thin charged cylinder with linear charge density λ. Electric Field and is denoted by E symbol.

How to calculate Electric Field due to line charge using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Electric Field due to line charge, enter radius (r) and linear charge density (λ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Electric Field due to line charge calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.800E+10 = 2*[Coulomb]*1/1.

FAQ

What is Electric Field due to line charge?
Electric Field due to line charge can be determined by using Gauss Law and by assuming the line charge in the form of a thin charged cylinder with linear charge density λ and is represented as E=2*[Coulomb]*λ/r or Electric Field=2*[Coulomb]*linear charge density/radius. The radius of the spherical object and Linear charge density is the quantity of charge per unit length at any point on a line charge distribution. Charge density can be either positive or negative, since electric charge can be either positive or negative.
How to calculate Electric Field due to line charge?
Electric Field due to line charge can be determined by using Gauss Law and by assuming the line charge in the form of a thin charged cylinder with linear charge density λ is calculated using Electric Field=2*[Coulomb]*linear charge density/radius. To calculate Electric Field due to line charge, you need radius (r) and linear charge density (λ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for radius and linear charge density and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Electric Field?
In this formula, Electric Field uses radius and linear charge density. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Electric Field=Electric Potential Difference/Length of Conductor
  • Electric Field=[Coulomb]*Charge/(radius^2)
  • Electric Field=[Coulomb]*Charge*Distance/(radius^2+Distance^2)^(3/2)
  • Electric Field=surface charge density/(2*[Permitivity-vacuum])
  • Electric Field=surface charge density/([Permitivity-vacuum])
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