Will a charged body, placed in an electric field, necessarily move along the lines of intensity of this field, if no other forces

Will a charged body, placed in an electric field, necessarily move along the lines of intensity of this field, if no other forces, besides electrostatic ones, act on it?

Yes, it will. A positively charged body will move in the direction of the lines of tension, and a negatively charged body will move against the lines of tension.

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