When the potential is constant throughout a given region of space, is the electric field in the region also zero?
in a parallel plate capacitor,
electric filed = - delta V / delta d
The Attempt at a Solution
It is difficult to understand how in a given region where the electric potential could be constant. That means at any given location, V=kq/r is the same everywhere and delta v equals zero. I can only relate this to a plate capacitor where the electric field is defined as - delta v / delta d. If delta v is zero, then E=0. Am I on the right track?