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What is the escape speed of an electron launched from the surface of a 1.5 cm diameter glass sphere that has been charged to 10 nC?

Which equation(s) would I use?

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  1. try google first

    I saw several discussions of problems just like yours.

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  2. I have tried and I did not find anything.

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  3. I guess more people are asking the same question right now, because early, there was nothing.

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  4. You must not have tried too hard, because I got several hits, such as

    https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070429182156AAn5Pem

    which is the exact same problem, but with different numbers.

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