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I am not able to understand field between oppositely charged parallel conducting plates using Gauss law.Can anyone explain?

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Yea.. its quite easy... first and fore most.. you need to understand what Gauss law is.. i want you to look at a link that ll post in a while.. explanation by Professor Walter Lewin!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaaP1bWFjDA m not able to copy at the particular time unfortunately.. but start watching from exactly 23.51.. if you know what gauss law is.. else watch the whole video from beginning!
p.s. after that, proceed to use the pillbox surface and Gauss law to derive the E field on one parallel plate.

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