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# Two Parallel Plates Are Placed 5 Cm Apart In An Evacuated Tube And A Potential Difference Of 200 V Is Applied Across Them. What Is The Force Experienced By An Electron At Rest In The Region Between The Plates?

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Correct option is

Electric field

Therefore,

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