## Formula of Linear charge density & its calculation

A continuously charged conductor can have three types of charge densities. We already have discussed surface charge density and volume charge density in other two articles. The third one is the Line charge distribution. Now, what is linear charge density? How do you calculate it? In this article, we are going to discuss the formula … Read more

## Volume charge density formula of sphere, cylinder

A three-dimensional conductor can have three types of charge distributions. These are Line charge distribution, surface charge distribution and volume charge distribution. Obviously, there will be three types of charge densities for these three distributions. In the other two articles, we have discussed the Linear charge density and surface charge density of different conductors. In … Read more

## Formula for Surface Charge density of conductors

Electric charges can be distributed along the length, over the surface and in the volume of a conductor. The density of electric charge refers to the amount of charges per unit dimension. There are three types of charge densities for the three types of distributions of charge. The Linear charge density and Volume charge density … Read more

## Electric charge – definition, formula, properties, unit

Electric charge is a basic property of substances. There are some branches of Physics like Electrostatics, Electromagnetic field and current electricity that deal with electric charge and its motion. Interestingly all substances are neutral in nature. Charges on a substance are created artificially or by natural phenomena. In the article, I’m going explain the Definition, … Read more

## Properties of electric charge class 12 physics

We have discussed almost everything on electric charges in another article (link is given in the related posts section at below). In this article, we are going to discuss the basic properties of an electric charge. This will be helpful for the students of class 10 and class 12. Contents in this article: What is … Read more