Electric field strength witrhin the capacitor
A 1.80cm x1.80cm parallel-plate capacitor has a 2.10mm spacing. The electric field strength inside the capacitor is 1.00×10^5 V/m .
What is the potential difference across the capacitor?
How much charge is on each plate?
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