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I need to compare the theoretical equation with an empirical equation obtained from a plot of the radius from axis vs. the potential difference V........

Someone please help!!!!

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I need to compare the theoretical equation with an empirical equation obtained from a plot of the radius from axis vs. the potential difference V........

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Since you're plotting r vs. V all you have to do is "reverse" the theoretical expression for V(r). So, for example, if your theoretical equation is

[tex]V(r) = V_0 ln \frac {r}{r_0}[/tex]

then

[tex]r = r_0 e^{V/V_0}[/tex]

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