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Unformatted text preview: They are separated by two dielectric layers. One dielectric ε 1 extending from r=a to r=b in spherical coordinates, and a second ε 2 from r=b to r=c. If the charge on the inner sphere is Q and the charge on the outer sphere is –Q , calculate the D and E fields as a function of radius. 3) 4.33 For each of the distributions of the electric potential V shown in Fig. 4-30 scetch the corresponding distribution of E (in all cases, the vertical axis is in volts and the horizontal axis is in meters. 4) 5) 6) 7)...
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- Spring '07
- Polar coordinate system, single point charge, opposite point charges, electric ﬁeld vector