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## Homework Statement

A very long question. First let's solve the case for E-field between outer and inner capacitor.

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## The Attempt at a Solution

Since there is no charge between the 2 capacitors, the charge density is zero.

By Gauss's law, the integral is zero.

But I know it doesn't make sense, so what's wrong?