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electric intensity

[ ih-lek-trik in-ten-si-tee ]
/ 瑟藞l蓻k tr瑟k 瑟n藞t蓻n s瑟 ti /
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noun Physics.
the magnitude of an electric field at a point in the field, equal to the force that would be exerted on a small unit charge placed at the point.
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Also called e路lec路tric field in路ten路si路ty [ih-lek-trik feeldin-ten-si-tee], /瑟藞l蓻k tr瑟k 藞fild 瑟n藢t蓻n s瑟 ti/, e路lec路tric field strength [ih-lek-trik feeld-strengkth] /瑟藞l蓻k tr瑟k 藞fild 藢str蓻艐k胃/ .
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