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Two metallic plates have the same charge density but opposite in nature .If these two are placed parallel,what is the electric field in between the plate?

Two metallic plates  have the same charge density but opposite in nature .If these two are placed parallel,what is the electric field in between the plate?

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Abhay Pratap Srivastava
14 Points
3 years ago
0 because as in case of parallel plates the expression for comes out to be E=(sigma 1-sigma 2) so in this case since sigma1=sigma2 so E will be 0
Abhay Pratap Srivastava
14 Points
3 years ago
0 because in this case the value of electric field comes out to be E=(£1-£2)/2 n due to £1=£2 in this case, E will be 0.

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