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Dentro de una superficie cerrada, hay dos cargas eléctricas de valor absoluto 6 nC, pero una positiva y otra negativa, ¿cuál será el flujo del campo eléctrico a través de dicha superficie? ¿y si ambas cargas fueran positivas?

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  1. anonymous
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    Por el teorema de Gauss, debe ser cero en el primer caso; las dos cargas forman lo que se llama un "dipolo". Ojo: este hecho no nos da mucha más información acerca del campo. En el segundo caso, en cambio, el flujo sería igual a 12nC/epsilon_0.

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