The ratio of electric fields, E1/E2, at the surfaces of ions when H+ is the first ion (q=+1 and R=0.00001 Angstrom) and K+ is the second ion (Q=+1 and R=1.33 Angstrom) is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

how would u solve this kind of problem?

well i know that the ratio of E1/E2 is qR^2/Qr^2

so do i just plug in those numbers and compute?

if thats the case, is this problem this easy or is their some kinda tricky hidden thing that im overlooking?

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