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PHY2061 R. D. Field Department of Physics chp27_4.doc University of Florida Gauss’ Law Examples Problem: A solid insulating sphere of radius R has charge distributed uniformly throughout its volume. The total charge of the sphere is Q . What is the magnitude of the electric field inside and outside the sphere? Answer: Problem: A solid conducting sphere of radius R has a net charge of Q . What is the magnitude of the electric field inside and outside the sphere? Where are the charges located? Answer: Charges are on the surface and r r E KQ r r E out in = = 2 0 $ Problem: A solid conducting sphere of radius b
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