Flux of the electric field , Physics

a) A charge Q is placed at the centre of a cube. determine the flux of the electric field through the six surfaces of the cube.

b)  Determine the magnitude of the electric field at a point 4 cm away from a line charge of density 2 micro Coulomb /metre. 

Posted Date: 3/29/2013 2:42:36 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Flux of the electric field , Assignment Help, Ask Question on Flux of the electric field , Get Answer, Expert's Help, Flux of the electric field Discussions

Write discussion on Flux of the electric field
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Define Hydrogen Rocket? The reaction chamber of a rocket engine is supplied with a mass flow rate m of sufficient oxygen and hydrogen to allow complete burning of the fuel an

For the system shown below the gain, G, of block A is variable and can be set as low as 100 and as high as 500. The only problem with block A is that its gain fluctuates with high

Wires A as well as wire B are both made out of copper. Both of wires have the same length. The diameter of wire B is doubles that of wire A. Answer: Resistivity is a charac

The pump shown in the figure adds 20 kW of power to the flowing water. The only significant loss is that which occurs across the filter at the inlet of the pump. Determine the head

Q. If the moons orbit is inclined somewhat relative to the Earth's orbit what effect does this have on eclipses? Answer:- This makes eclipses rarer as well as if the moon's

what is electronic polarization?

Properties of cement mortar 1. It should make good adhesion with building units like bricks, stones etc. 2. It should be capable of resisting penetration of water. 3. It s

Which of the subsequent is a principal ray for the case of an actual physical object and a convex (converging) lens? Indicate all that apply. Ans: In the thin lens approxi

Cathode rays, discovered by Sir Willium Crooke are the stream of electrons. They may be given by using a discharge tube containing gas at a low pressure of the order of 10-2 mm of

As a longitudinal wave moves through a medium, the particles of the medium: w) Vibrate in a path parallel to the path of the wave x) Vibrate in a path perpendicular to t