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For a conservative field, the following equation holds good:

[ nabla times mathbf{F} = 0 ]

This equation states that the curl of a vector field (mathbf{F}) is zero. This property indicates that the field is conservative, meaning that the work done in moving a particle between any two points is independent of the path taken, assuming the force field (mathbf{F}) is the force acting on the particle.

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Explanation: A conservative field implies the work done in a closed path will be zero.

This is given by ∫ E.dl = 0.

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Explanation: A conservative field implies the work done in a closed path will be zero.

This is given by ∫ E.dl = 0.