Voltage what direction electric field?

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The component of electric field in any direction is the negative of rate of change of the potential in that direction. If the differential voltage change is calculated along a direction ds, then it is seen to be equal to the electric field component in that direction times the distance ds.

  • Electric field strength is measured in the SI unit volt per meter (V/m). The direction of the field is taken as the direction of the force which is exerted on the positive charge. The electric field is radially outwards from positive charge and radially in towards negative point charge.

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