Unformatted text preview: a negative charge in that region. However, there is none, and so we cannot get such a stable equilibrium. d) For a negative charge to be in stable equilibrium, we need the electric field to always point away from the charge position. The argument in (c) carries through again, this time inferring that a positive charge must be in the space where the negative charge was if stable equilibrium is to be attained....
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- Electric charge, Negative charge