Q: Electric lines of force about a negative point charge are

Electric lines of force about a negative point charge are:

Options:

(A) point charge.

(B) Infinite uniform line charge

(C) uniformly charged infinite plane.

(D) uniformly charged spherical shell.

Answer:

(C) uniformly charged infinite plane.

The uniformly charged infinite plane or parallel configuration produces a uniform electric field.

Explanation:

For a single-point charge, the electric lines of force are radial in nature and inwards in the direction.

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The above diagrams explain how the Electric field is coming inwards the negative point charge whereas outwards a positive charge.

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