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Posted by Anne on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 10:55am.

A capacitor is constructed of two concentric conducting cylindrical shells. The radius of the inner cylindrical shell is 2.35 10-3 m, and that of the outer shell is 2.49 10-3 m. When the cylinders carry equal and opposite charges of magnitude 1.61 10-10 C, the electric field between the plates has an average magnitude of 3.80 104 V/m and is directed radially outward from the inner shell to the outer shell.
Determine the magnitude of the potential difference between the cylindrical shells.
Determine the capacitance of this capacitor.

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