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Evaluate the electric field from the absolute potential
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A point charge of -2 nC is located at the origin of a spherical coordinate system.

a) Write the absolute potential produced by this point charge; utilize spherical coordinates.

b) Evaluate the electric field from the absolute potential, and confirm that this is identical to our previous equation for the electric field of a point charge at the origin.




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