Okay but doesn't that mean the electric field inside that pillbox is zero? I am just getting confused because when you have a charged spherical shell, the field inside is zero because there is no charge.
Ok I took E&M about 3 years ago and decided I needed to review it. I'm up to gauss' law and am getting confused about one thing. If you have two infinitely long oppositely charged plates, solving for the total e field inside is done by making two gaussian surfaces that enclose each plate. Doing...
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I have a problem where a charged particle is residing in a two dimensional quadrupole where the electric potential is given by ψ(x,y,t) = (V/ro)*(x^2 + y^2)*Cos(Ωt). Where we are supposed to use the values V = 150 volts, ro (which is the distance from the center to one of the surface...