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An electric dipole moment p is held in a uniform electric field E. Prove that no translation force acts on the dipole.
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When an electric dipole of moment $|P|=q \times 2a$ is held at an angle $\theta$ with the direction of uniform external field E, a torque $T= PE \sin \theta$ acts on the dipole. This torque tries to align the electric dipole in the direction of the field. When P is along E $\theta =0^{\circ} , t= PE \sin 0=zero$ What is the direction of torque acting on electric dipole held at an angle with uniform electric field?
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