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Therefore, electric flux is zero.

## What is the electric flux through a cube enclosing a charge of 1c?

Electric flux through the closed surface is **1/e times the charge** enclosed by it.

## How does electric flux due to a point charge?

How does the electric flux due to a point charge enclosed by a spherical Gaussian surface get affected when its radius is increased? … That is, on **increasing** the radius of the gaussian surface, charge q remains unchanged. So, flux through the gaussian surface will not be affected when its radius is increased.

## What is the SI unit of charge?

**Coulomb**, unit of electric charge in the metre-kilogram-second-ampere system, the basis of the SI system of physical units.

## How many electric lines of force are linked with 1c?

The number of lines of force originating from a charge of 1 C is equal to the Electric flux through a closed surface enclosing a charge of 1 C . N = q/EoN = 1/8.85 × 10^-12N = **1.29 × 10^11**.

## How do you find flux?

To find the total flux, we simply find **the flux over the curved surface area by integrating, then find the flux through the two ends, and add them all up**. This then defines all the ˆn vectors uniquely.

## Can flux be negative?

The **negative flux just equals in magnitude the positive flux**, so that the net, or total, electric flux is zero. If a net charge is contained inside a closed surface, the total flux through the surface is proportional to the enclosed charge, positive if it is positive, negative if it is negative.

## Why do we use electric flux?

In electromagnetism, electric flux is **the measure of the electric field through a given surface**, although an electric field in itself cannot flow. It is a way of describing the electric field strength at any distance from the charge causing the field.

## How do you solve electric flux?

Solution: electric flux is defined as the amount of electric field passing through a surface of area A with formula Φ e **=** E ⃗ ⋅ A ⃗ = E A cos θ Phi_e=vec{E} cdot vec{A}=E,A,costheta Φe=E ⋅A =EAcosθ where dot ( ⋅) is the dot product between electric field and area vector and θ is the angle between E and the …