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Is there a value for epsilon?

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wendo
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Jul13-07, 05:12 PM
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Is there a value for epsilon in the equation:

k=1/4pi-epsilon?
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Is there a value for epsilon?

You're referring to "epsilon zero" which is approximately 8.854 e-12.


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