If we put negative charge between two similar positive charges then what is it’s equilibrium? And how?​

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If we put negative charge between two similar positive charges then what is it’s equilibrium? And how?​

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Thu Nguyệt 3 months 2021-08-03T17:38:15+00:00 2 Answers 3 views 0

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    2021-08-03T17:39:54+00:00

    Answer:

    it will be positive

    Explanation:

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    2021-08-03T17:40:06+00:00

    Your question has been heard loud and clear.

    Well it depends on the magnitude of charges. Generally , when both positive charges have the same magnitude , their equilibrium point is towards the centre joining the two charges. But if magnitude of one positive charge is higher than the other , then the equilibrium point will be towards the charge having lesser magnitude.

    Now , a negative charge is placed in between the two positive charges. So , if both positive charges have same magnitude , they both pull the negative charge towards each other with an equal force. Thus the equilibrium point will be where the negative charge is placed because , both forces are equal , and opposite , so they cancel out each other at the point where the negative charge is placed. However if they are of different magnitudes , then the equilibrium point will be shifted towards the positive charge having less magnitude.

    Thank you

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