No, two field lines cannot intersect each other as if they intersect there will two direction of electric field at the same point which is not possible . Therefore two field lines cannot cross each other.

## Can two electric field lines intersect each other?

Tangent at a point on the electric field line gives us the direction of the electric field at that point. … It is not possible that there are two directions of electric field at the same point. Hence, **electric field lines never intersect each other is true** and this is also a property of electric field lines.

## Why can’t two electric field lines cross each other?

Electric field lines cannot cross. … This is because they are, **by definition, a line of constant potential**. The equipotential at a given point in space can only have a single value. If lines for two different values of the potential were to cross, then they would no longer represent equipotential lines.

## What will happen if two field lines intersect each other?

If magnetic field lines intersect each other, then **at the intersection point there will be two directions of the same field which is not possible**.

## At what angle do two electric field lines intersect each other?

There would be two directions of electric field intensity at the same point it at the point of intersection it two electric lines of force intersect each other which is not possible. Hence **no two** electric field lines can intersect each other.

## Why electric field lines do not have sudden breaks?

An electrostatic field line is a continuous curve because a charge experiences a continuous force when placed in an electrostatic field. The field line cannot have sudden breaks **because the charge moves continuously and does not jump fom one point to another**.

## Why must electrostatic field be normal to the surface?

Electric field is defined as the gradient of potential and the surface of a conductor has a constant potential. Therefore, **there is no field along the surface of the conductor** and hence the electrostatic field at the surface of a charged conductor should be Normal to the surface at every point.

## How can we represent uniform electric field?

Uniform electric field is represented by **parallel and equally spaced filed lines**.

## What is electric field intensity?

**A measure of the force exerted by one charged body on another**. Imaginary lines of force or electric field lines originate (by convention) on positive charges and terminate on negative charges.

## Why magnetic lines of force are closed curves?

Magnetic field lines are closed curves **as they propagate from the North pole outside the magnet’s body to the magnet’s body and from the south pole to the north pole inside the magnet’s body**. Hence, the magnetic field lines are closed.

## What are the two methods of producing magnetic field?

Some of the methods of producing magnetic field are using **permanent magnets, electromagnets and current carrying conductors**.

## Why do two magnetic field lines never intersect each other in class 10?

Two magnetic field lines do not intersect each other due to **the fact that the resultant force on a north pole at any point can be only in one direction**. … this means that resultant force on a north place at the point of intersecting will be along two directions, which is not possible.