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Yes, electric potential can be zero at a point even when the electric field is not zero at that point. … At the midpoint of the charges of the electric dipole, the electric field due to the charges is non zero, but the electric potential is zero.

## Is it possible to have a point where potential is zero but not electric field give two examples?

A good example is the case of a dipole, which is two charges of the same magnitude, but opposite sign, separated by some distance. At the midpoint between the charges, the electric potential due to the charges is zero, but the electric field due to the charges at that same point is non-zero.

## When electric field is zero then is zero What is the potential?

If the electric field is zero, then the potential has no gradient i.e.: the potential is equal across space. But potential is always measured relative to a baseline, so it can therefore be considered as zero.

## What happens to electric field when electric potential zero?

If the electric potential at a certain point is zero, then the electric field at the same point is also zero.

## At which the electric potential is zero?

The zero of electric potential (voltage) is set for convenience, but there is usually some physical or geometric logic to the choice of the zero point. For a single point charge or localized collection of charges, it is logical to set the zero point at infinity.

## Can an electric field be zero?

There is no zero-field point for a pair of equal-magnitude-but-opposite-sign charges. Electric field is zero in that point because the sum of electric field vectors have same intensity and direction, but are opposite. That point is halfway between two like charges.

## What is the zero potential?

Definition of zero potential

1 : the ideal potential of a point infinitely distant from all electrification. 2 : the actual potential of the surface of the earth taken as a point of reference — compare ground sense 7b.

## Can electric field exist at a point and electric potential be zero?

Yes. The electric field might be generated for example by two charges: +5C and −4C separated by 2 meters. There is a point in between them where the potential is 0 (the electric potential is also 0 in the infinite) but in that point the electric field vector is not null.

## Under which condition electric intensity at a point is zero but electric potential is not zero?

V = -Integral{E(y) dy) = – Q/(2 Pi eo a). So there is the answer. The electric potential at the midpoint between the two +Q charges where the electric field is zero is nonzero and negative. The minus sign says that you have to do work to bring the positive test charge to the zero field point from infinity.

## When electric field is zero What is the potential constant?

If the potential is constant, then the slope of the potential is zero, which means the electric field is zero. An extra charge added to an otherwise constant potential region will experience no electrical force.

## Is electrostatic potential necessarily zero at a point where electric field is zero?

Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance

Electric potential necessarily need not be 0 if the electric field at that point is zero. For instance, at a point mid-way between two equal and similar charges, the electric field strength is zero but the electric potential is not zero.

## How is electric potential zero between two opposite charges but the electric field is non zero?

Since the charges have equal magnitude and the distance from each to the mid point is the same, the magnitude of the potential energy contributed by each charge is the same, but the signs are opposite, so the net potential energy should be zero.

## Is it possible that the potential at a point is zero while there is finite electric field intensity at that point give an example?

Yes,There can exist electric potential at a point where the electric field is zero. Example:Inside the hallow spherical charged conductor, electric field is zero but potential is not zero. Yes, it is possible that at a point electric field is zero but potential is non-zero.

## At which point or points is the electric potential zero?

The electric potential from a single charge is defined to be zero an infinite distance from the charge, and the electric potential associated with two charges is also defined to be zero when the charges are infinitely far apart.