### Electric Potential and Capacitance Handwritten Notes ?

This post basically consists the best handwritten notes for the chapter Electric Potential and Capacitance.

This notes can be used to study for CBSE Boards, ICSE Boards and all the other state Board Examinations.

### Who all can Use this Electric Potential and Capacitance handwritten Notes ?

Any student which has this chapter in their syllabus can use this notes. As, it covers all the topics to be studied.

### Can I score 100% Marks from this Chapter Using this handwritten notes ?

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### Are these notes sufficient for NEET and JEE Mains ?

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## Also , Some of the Definitions

Electric Charge : It is the property of the material due to which a material can respond to electrical force of attraction or repulsion.

Coulomb’s Law : It states that ” The force of attraction or repulsion between any two charges is directly proportional to the product of the magnitude of the charge and inversely proportional to the square of distance between the two charges”.

Electric Filed Lines : They are the imaginary lines which gives a pictorial representation of Electric Field in a particular region.

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Electric Filed Strength : It the Force experienced by a unit positive test charge when placed close to an other charge.

Dipole : It is an arrangement of two equal and opposite charges separated by a small distance .

Dipole Moment : It is the product of either of the charge and the distance between the charges.

Electric Flux : The Total number of Electric Field Lined passing through a given area is called as Electric Flux.

Gauss Law: The Total Electric Flux through a given area is 1/e times the charge enclosed by that surface.

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