A capacitor consists of two plane parallel plates, separated by a distance d. The space in between is filled with a uniform charge density J. Find the electric field at a point x away from the positive plate when a potential difference V is applied.
The Attempt at a Solution
I am finding it difficult to locate this point in the setup -- as in, whether it is located outside to plates or inside. I am assuming that it is the latter. I know that the field produced by an infinite plate is (charge density)/2*epsilon_o, but none of my calculations give me something that matches the answer, which happens to be:
V/d - J*(d-2x)/(2*epsilon_o)
Any help would be great.