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The Motion inside a Uniform Electric Field Calculator will calculate the:

- Acceleration caused on a charge inside a uniform electric field due to the electric force
- Moving time of a charge between two parallel plates charged oppositely
- Total displacement of a charge inside a uniform electric field

Please note that for the purpose of calculations, the Motion inside a Uniform Electric Field Calculator applies the following logic:

- Medium is considered as vacuum or air (ϵ = 1)
- The charge is initially considered at rest in contact with the plate which has the same type of charge

The acceleration caused on a charge inside a uniform electric field due to the electric force is m/s^{2} [metre per square second] |

The moving time of a charge between two parallel plates charged oppositely s [second] |

The total displacement of a charge inside a uniform electric field m [metre] |

Acceleration of the charge caused by the electric force calculations |
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a = Q × ∆V/m × da = × / × a = /a = |

Moving time of a charge between two parallel plates calculations |

t = √2 × m × d^{2}/Q × ∆Vt = √ 2 × × ^{2}/ × t = √ 2 × × /t = √ /t = √ t = |

Total displacement of charge calculations |

∆S = d × √1 + g × m/Q × ∆V∆S = × √1 + × / × ∆S = × √1 + /∆S = × √1 + ∆S = × √∆S = × ∆S = |

Motion Inside A Uniform Electric Field Calculator Input Values |

Electric charge (Q) C [Coulomb] |

Potential difference between the plates (ΔV) V [Volt] |

Distance between the plates (d) m [Metre] |

Mass of the charge (m) kg [Kilogram] |

Gravitational field strength (g) m/s^{2} [metre per square second] |

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Section 1: Units and Measurements

a = *Q × ∆V**/**m × d*

The Acceleration of the charge caused by the electric force formula derives from the combination of the following formulae:

### Newton's Second Law of Motion

a =*F**/**m*- F
_{e}= Q × E - E =
*ΔV**/**d*

t = √*2 × m × d*^{2}*/**Q × ∆V*

The Moving time of a charge between two parallel plates formula derives from the combination of the following formulae:

- d =
*a × t*^{2}*/**2* - a =
*Q × ∆V**/**m × d*

∆S = d × √**1 + ***g × m**/**Q × ∆V*

The Total displacement of charge formula derives from the combination of the following formulae:

- h =
*g × t*^{2}*/**2* - t = √
*2 × m × d*^{2}*/**Q × ∆V* - ∆S =√
**d**^{2}+ h^{2}

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