Electric flux density

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Homework Statement


Given Xe=4.5 and E=.50 MV/m find the displacement flux density


Homework Equations


D=ε0εrE
εr=1+Xe


The Attempt at a Solution


Using the equation above I get (8.85e-12)(5.5)(.50e6)=.000024338 C/m^2 which is not what the answers say they give it in nC which I can't see how they can do?
 

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DODGEVIPER13
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Sorry they give it in nC/m^2
 
  • #3
DODGEVIPER13
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Actually looking at it the real units are μC/m^2
 
  • #4
DODGEVIPER13
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Should it be 24.338μC/m^2
 

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