An infinitely long line of charge in vacuum has line charge density of 1 [µC/m]. (a) Determine the total electric flux emanating from an imaginary cylinder radius 1m and 1m long with this line in the center. (b) Determine the electric flux density D at distance r0=1 [m] from the line and the corresponding E field.

An infinitely long line of charge in vacuum has line charge density of 1 [µC/m].

(a) Determine the total electric flux emanating from an imaginary cylinder radius 1m and 1m long with this line in the center.

(b) Determine the electric flux density D at distance r0=1 [m] from the line and the corresponding E field.

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images - An infinitely long line of charge in vacuum has line charge density of 1 [µC/m]. (a) Determine the total electric flux emanating from an imaginary cylinder radius 1m and 1m long with this line in the center. (b) Determine the electric flux density D at distance r0=1 [m] from the line and the corresponding E field.

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