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Work needed to move conductor in constant electric field

by Nikitin
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Nikitin
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Feb8-13, 02:14 PM
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How did Walther Lewin arrive to the result W = x*(σ/2ε0) in 3:00-4:00? Ie, why did he take the average? I don't get it entirely.

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Nikitin
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Feb9-13, 01:01 PM
P: 618
never mind this thread, problem is solved.


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