ch24-p077 - 77. The radius of the cylinder (0.020 m, the...

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() ( ) ( ) 160 N/C 0.020 m 0.050 m 64 N C E == G . (b) Integrating the above expression (where the variable to be integrated, r , is now denoted ρ ) gives the potential difference between V B and V C . ρ ln 2.9V . ρ r B BC B R ER r VV d E R R ⎛⎞ −= = = ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ (c) The electric field throughout the conducting volume is zero, which implies that the potential there is constant and equal to the value it has on the surface of the charged
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