Yes take an example. If we have a positive and a negative charge of equal magnitude separated by a certain distance , then the electric potential at the mid point of the path is 0 but the electric field intensity is non zero there.

## Can electric potential at a point be zero but not the electric field?

**Yes**, electric potential can be zero at a point even when the electric field is not zero at that point. … At the midpoint of the charges of the electric dipole, the electric field due to the charges is non zero, but the electric potential is zero.

## Can electric field be zero at a point and electric potential not be zero give example?

**Yes**, it is possible. Example : 1. Inside uncharged spherical shell and charged conductor electric field is zero but electric potential cannot zero.

## Is it possible to have potential without electric field?

Electric field is zero but **potential is not zero**.

## Is it possible that the potential at a point is zero?

Yes, **electric potential is zero at all points** on equatorial line of electric dipole, while electric field strength is not zero.

## Under which condition electric intensity at a point is zero but electric potential is not zero?

So there is the answer. **The electric potential at the midpoint between the two +Q charges** where the electric field is zero is nonzero and negative. The minus sign says that you have to do work to bring the positive test charge to the zero field point from infinity.

## Can the electric field by a small dipole be zero?

If **dipole** moment p is **zero**, then **E**=0,but then there is no **dipole** which is simply defined as two equal and opposite point charges separated by finite distance. This is not possible and hence **field** of a **dipole** is not **zero**.

## Why is the electric potential not zero?

At the midpoint between the charges, **the electric potential due to the charges is zero**, but the electric field due to the charges at that same point is non-zero. Both the electric field vectors will point in the direction of the negative charge. … The potential difference is zero, so no net work is done.

## Where is the electric potential zero?

The electric potential from a single charge is defined to be zero **an infinite distance from the charge**, and the electric potential associated with two charges is also defined to be zero when the charges are infinitely far apart.

## What does it mean when electric potential is zero?

What zero potential means, roughly, is that **the charges in your system have cancelled out**. For example exactly half way (or otherwise equidistant from them) between two equal and oppositely charged point charges, potential is zero.

## What is the relation between electric field and potential?

The relationship between potential and field (E) is a differential: electric field is **the gradient of potential (V) in the x direction**. This can be represented as: Ex=−dVdx E x = − dV dx . Thus, as the test charge is moved in the x direction, the rate of the its change in potential is the value of the electric field.

## Can there be electric potential at a point where there is no electric field give example?

**Yes take** an example. If we have a positive and a negative charge of equal magnitude separated by a certain distance , then the electric potential at the mid point of the path is 0 but the electric field intensity is non zero there.

## Is electric potential constant?

Because there is no potential difference between any two points inside the conductor, **the electrostatic potential is constant throughout the volume of the conductor**. … This means there is no net charge at any point inside the conductor, and any excess charge must reside at the surface.

## What would be the work done if a point charge?

Work done **is zero**, because on the circumference, distance between two charges remains the same.

## Is electrostatic potential necessarily zero at a point where field strength is zero?

so, even if electric field at a point is zero, the **potential may have some non zero constant value** at that point. … Electric fied inside a charged conduting sphere is zero but potential at any point inside the sphere is same as that on the surface of sphere.

## Why is electric potential zero opposite charges?

Since the charges have equal magnitude and the distance from each to the mid point is the same, **the magnitude of the potential energy contributed by each charge is the same**, but the signs are opposite, so the net potential energy should be zero.