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24. Electric Force & Field; Gauss' Law
Electric Fields in Capacitors
A water molecule is a dipole. If water were placed in the uniform field between capacitor plates, which of the following would best describe the force and torque experienced by the water molecules?
The force would be toward the positive plate, and there would never be any torque.
The force would be toward the negative plate, and there would never be any torque.
The force would be toward the positive plate, and the torque would align the dipole moment with the electric field.
The force would be toward the negative plate, and the torque would align the dipole moment with the electric field.
Both the force and the torque would be zero.
The force would be zero, and the torque would align the dipole moment with the electric field.
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