|Feb20-05, 02:30 PM||#1|
Parallel Plate Capacitors- Please Help
Hello Everybody, How are you?
Could anyone please help me with this Parallel Plate Capacitor Problem, Here is the Question in detail Click on the link for a detailed explanation of the question:
This is a very good concept that I just dont grasp! I started working on it for hours and the answers just dont seem to come to me!
I got all the the projects done except this one and another one!
Please help Friends!
|Feb20-05, 03:20 PM||#2|
C = V/Q
And the integral for the electric field from one plate to the other would be equal to V.
Where are you getting stuck? Can you find the electric field? Or when you try and integrate through the dielectric.
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