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the electric field in the dielectric slab is why v/kd??? it should be v/kt!!

the electric field in the dielectric slab is why v/kd??? it should be v/kt!!


1 Answers

Aman Bansal
592 Points
9 years ago

Dear Charitha,

Both the terms agiven i your question are the same, Different alphabets are used in both formulas to represent the thickness of the slab,

Any formula is incomplete without the symbols used specifications.

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