Is the electric field defined as force per Unit charge the same as Ohms law defined it?
- Andrew SmithLv 79 months agoBest answer
The electric field is ONLY defined by F/q.
Now Ohms law has nothing to do with it but
E = V/d is a CONSEQUENCE of the definition not the definition itself.
As V = energy / charge = F* d / q
-> V/d = F/q
Field is defined once and the consequence is that E = V/d
- MorningfoxLv 79 months ago
Hello goring. Asking your usual nonsense questions again? Ohms law is about current and voltage. Nothing about force.