Find the minimum field intensity E^- required to counteract the gravitational force on an electron on EARTH. The electrostatic field density E^- is obtained from the negative gradient of a scalar electric potential V. Determine E^- at the point P(1, 1, 0) if V = V_o exp(-x) * sin (pi y/4) in Cartesian coordinate system, V = V_o R cos theta in spherical coordinate system.

41 - Find the minimum field intensity E^- required to counteract the gravitational force on an electron on EARTH. The electrostatic field density E^- is obtained from the negative gradient of a scalar electric potential V. Determine E^- at the point P(1, 1, 0) if V = V_o exp(-x) * sin (pi y/4) in Cartesian coordinate system, V = V_o R cos theta in spherical coordinate system.

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images - Find the minimum field intensity E^- required to counteract the gravitational force on an electron on EARTH. The electrostatic field density E^- is obtained from the negative gradient of a scalar electric potential V. Determine E^- at the point P(1, 1, 0) if V = V_o exp(-x) * sin (pi y/4) in Cartesian coordinate system, V = V_o R cos theta in spherical coordinate system.

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