A charged particle is said to be in stable equilibrium when

Options :
  1. potential energy of the particle is minimum
  2. the force acting on the particle is zero
  3. the force acting on the particle is minimum
  4. potential energy of the particle is zero

Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1


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