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PH 223 27:4-6
Transcript of PH 223 27:4-6
Gauss's law on a charge sphere
A sold metal sphere at the center of a hollow metal sphere. What is the total charge on
the exterior of the inner sphere,
the inside surface of the hollow sphere,
the exterior surface of the hollow sphere?
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"Section 27.6 really didn't make any sense to me. So I guess thats my question! "