Definition of Electrostatics
In the Coulombs Law, the Electrostatics is defined as force between charges. Basically, it is the branch of electricity in which the study of the behavior of charges. If the two bodies have same charges then repel each other and if opposite charges then attract each other. There are two type of Electrostatics laws. The laws of electrostatics are also called Coulomb Laws. All the MCQs on Electrostatics are published according to the new study syllabus for academic year 2021-22.
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Electrostatics MCQs (Questions and Answers)
Q1. ___________ is the branch of electricity which deals with the charges at rest.
Q2. The study of the behavior of the charges, when they are at rest is called electrostatics. True / False
Q3. An atom is electrically ______________.
- none is correct
Q4. When free electrons of an atom leaves the external shell then it becomes positive charged. True / False
Q5. The two same charged bodies ____________ each other.
Q6. Negative charged creates on a body of an atom when any other atom’s electron enter in the external shell. True / False
Q7. The total ___________ of electrons in a body known as its charge.
- b & c are correct
Q8. The two opposites charges always attracts each other. True / False
Q9. The ability of concentrating the electric flux in a dielectric or insulator is called____________.
- gravitational constant
- electrostatic force
- electric flux
Q10. Permittivity is also called dielectric constant. True / False
Q11. The symbol of permittivity is ‘ε’ which is called___________.
- magnetic force
Q12. When the permittivity of any medium depends on the ratio of electric field strength (E) and resultant density (D) which is called absolute permittivity. True / False
Q13. The absolute permittivity formula is ____________________.
- ε0 = D + E
- ε0 = D / E
- ε0 = E / D
- ε0 = D – E
Q14. The unit of absolute permittivity is Farad Per Meter (F/m). True / False
Q15. When free space used as a medium for electric field then the permittivity of that medium is called___________________.
- electric space constant
- relative permittivity
- free space permittivity
- a & c are correct
Q16. The unit of free space permittivity is Farad Per Meter (F/m). True / False
Q17. ___________ permittivity is a ratio of the absolute permittivity of a material to the absolute permittivity of a vacuum / free space .
Q18. The value of absolute permittivity is 8.85 x 10–12 F/m. True / False
Q19. The unit of relative permittivity is _______________.
- none is correct
Q20. The value of relative permittivity is unity (1) . True / False
Q21. The laws of electrostatics are also called ___________ .
- magnetic laws
- Kirchhoff’s laws
- coulomb laws
- ohm’s laws
Q22. Charles Augustin Coulomb (1785) is the pioneer of electrostatics laws. True / False
Q23. How many laws of electrostatics ?
Q24. The first law of electrostatics is that two same charges repel each other and two opposite charges attract each other. True / False
Q25. The formula of second law of electrostatics is _______________.
- F ∝ Q1 + Q2 / d2
- F = Q1 + Q2
- F = K × Q1 × Q2 / d2
- a & c are correct
Q26. According to the second law of electrostatics, the force between two charged bodies is directly proportional to the product of their charges and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. True / False