Chapter 24. Review on Chapter 23 From Coulomb's Law to Gauss’s Law Applications of Gauss’s Law. Review on Chapter 23: Coulomb’s Law and the electric field definition. Coulomb’s Law: the force between two point charges The electric field is defined as
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Review on Chapter 23
From Coulomb's Law to Gauss’s Law
Applications of Gauss’s Law
and is represented through field lines.
Example 23.9 (page 662)
Example 23.10 (page 663)
The answer is YES!
ΦE = EA
This sign means water flows into the tube, by convention.
And the electric field E has to be a constant all over the area A.
Question: when this is not the case, what do you do the get the flux?
Review on math:
Integral over a surface.
ΦE = 0