( )()1929net2226021.6 10CNm2cos2 cos2 8.99 10cos 604C2.0 10 m3.6 10 N C.xeeEEEdθθε−−×⎛⎞⋅====×°⎜⎟π⎝⎠×=×G68. We denote the electron with subscript eand the proton with p. From the figure below we see that GGEEedep402πwhere d= 2.0 ×10–6m. We note that the components along the
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2010 for the course PHY 324 taught by Professor Un during the Fall '10 term at The Petroleum Institute.