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pavankumartgpk Group Title

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

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  1. Mashy Group Title
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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!

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    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!

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    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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