State the properties of electric lines of force, Physics

(i) Electric field lines come out of positive charge and go into the negative charge.

(ii) Tangent to the field line at any point gives the direction of the field at that point.

(iii) Field lines never have a collision with one another.

(iv) Field lines are always normal to conducting surface.

(v) Field lines do not be inside a conductor.

(vi) The electric field lines never create closed paths.



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