the electric field at a distance of 20cm from the centre of a dielectric sphere of radius 10cm is, 100V/m.Then E at 3cm distance from the centre of sphere is
Asked by banga71 | 23rd May, 2017, 01:59: PM
If the electric field at a distance of 20cm from the centre of a dielectric sphere of radius 10cm is, 100V/m.
Then E at 3cm distance from the centre of sphere is
Therefore, E at 3cm distance from the centre of sphere is 4.444 x 103 V/m.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 23rd May, 2017, 03:50: PM
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