ch24-p108 - 108 We use E x = –dV dx where dV dx is the...

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(b) E x ( bc ) = 0, (c) E x ( cd ) = 3.0 V/m, (d) E x ( de ) = 3.0 V/m, (e) E x ( ef ) = 15 V/m, (f) E x ( fg ) = 0, (g) E x ( gh ) = –3.0 V/m. Since these values are constant during their respective time-intervals, their graph consists of several disconnected line-segments (horizontal) and is not shown here.
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Unformatted text preview: 108. We use E x = –dV / dx , where dV / dx is the local slope of the V vs. x curve depicted in Fig. 24-69. The results are: (a) E x ( ab ) = –6.0 V/m,...
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