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The Electric Field of a Uniformly Charged Non-Conducting Cubic Surface

@article{McCreery2016TheEF,
  title={The Electric Field of a Uniformly Charged Non-Conducting Cubic Surface},
  author={Kaitlin P McCreery and Henry S. Greenside},
  journal={arXiv: Physics Education},
  year={2016}
}
As an integrative and insightful example for undergraduates learning about electrostatics, we discuss how to use symmetry, Coulomb's Law, superposition, Gauss's law, and visualization to understand the electric field produced by a non-conducting cubic surface that is covered with a uniform surface charge density. We first discuss how to deduce qualitatively, using only elementary physics, the surprising fact that the electric field inside the cubic surface is nonzero and has a complex structure… Expand
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