Find an electric field around a hollow insulating sphere.

Homework Statement

An insulating hollow sphere has inner radius a and outer radius b. Within the insulating material the volume charge density is given by ρ(r)=$\alpha$/r,where $\alpha$ is a positive constant. What is the magnitude of the electric field at a distance r from the center of the shell, where a<r<b?
Express your answer in terms of the variables α, a, r, and electric constant ϵ0.

Homework Equations

E*4$\pi$r^2 = Q * volume

The Attempt at a Solution

Substituting and integrating with the above formula, I came out with (α/3$\epsilon0$)(r-((a^3)/(r^2)). I cannot tell if the error is with my math, or with the formula I began this process with.