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anonymous
 3 years ago
Electric potential inside of conducting shell:
A solid insulating sphere of radius a = .035 m is fixed at the origin of a coordinate system as shown. The sphere is uniformly charged with a charge density ρ = 248 μC/m^3. Concentric with the sphere is an uncharged spherical conducting shell of inner radius b = .104 m, and outer radius c = .124 m.
What is V(b), the electric potential at the inner surface of the conducting shell? Define the potential to be zero at infinity.
anonymous
 3 years ago
Electric potential inside of conducting shell: A solid insulating sphere of radius a = .035 m is fixed at the origin of a coordinate system as shown. The sphere is uniformly charged with a charge density ρ = 248 μC/m^3. Concentric with the sphere is an uncharged spherical conducting shell of inner radius b = .104 m, and outer radius c = .124 m. What is V(b), the electric potential at the inner surface of the conducting shell? Define the potential to be zero at infinity.

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