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Unformatted text preview: The circle lies in the xy plane with its center at the origin. What is, , the charge/length on the circle. What is E (d e z ) in terms of . Compare this result to the continuous uniform charge/length, on the circle. 3) In class the following problem was considered. A right circular cylindrical volume of radius R and length L with axis along z and one end at the origin carried a uniform volume charge density . We found E ([L + D] e z ). Now suppose a similar volume with charge density was located in the regionL z 0. What is the E ([L + D] e z ) from both charge distributions? When D >> R and D >> L what is the eld? 4) JDJ 13 5) JDJ 15 1...
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 Spring '10
 Blecher
 Charge, Magnetism

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