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4 July, 23:36

A very long, uniformly charged cylinder has radius R and linear charge density λ. Find the cylinder's electric field strength outside the cylinder,

r≥R

. Give your answer as a multiple of

λ/

ε

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  1. 5 July, 00:24
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    This problem is about finding the electric field that is brought about by a conducting cylinder. The working equation to be used for this phenomenon is the Gauss Law as written below:

    Φ = 2EπrL = λL/ε₀

    Simplifying the equation,

    E = λ/2πε₀r, where r≥ R
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