|Feb9-04, 03:58 PM||#1|
A positive test charge is placed at the center of a spherical Gaussian surface. What happens to the net flux through the Gaussian surface when the surface is replaced by a cube of the same volume whose center is at the same point? or When the sphere is replaced by a cube of one third the volume centered at the same point?
|Feb10-04, 10:07 AM||#2|
See Gauss' Law. Net flux through ANY closed surface depends only on...
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