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What Is Phase

RMS And Peak To Peak

Pulses

Pulse Modulation

Magnetism

Heat

Harmonics

Generator Principle

Filters

Electro Magnetism

Conductors And Insulators

Clippers And Limiters

Norton's Theorem

Thévenin's Theorem

Superposition Theorem

Frequency Modulation

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OHM's Law

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Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws

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RMS And Peak To Peak

Pulses

Pulse Modulation

Magnetism

Heat

Harmonics

Generator Principle

Filters

Electro Magnetism

Conductors And Insulators

Clippers And Limiters

Norton's Theorem

Thévenin's Theorem

Superposition Theorem

Frequency Modulation

The Right-hand Rule

Coulomb's Law

Gauss's Law

Ampere's Law

OHM's Law

Kirchoff's Current Law

Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws

23 topics total

Gauss´s law allows one to solve some problems involving charge distributions on conductors, and to calculate the electric field of several simple charge configurations. It is a mathematically equivalent form of Coulomb´s law.

Gauss´s law relates the flux F of electric field that "leaves" through a closed surface, to the total charge interior to that surface. The formula is

**F = (E)(A)(cos q) = 4 p k Q**

where E is the electric field, A is the surface area, and Q is the charge enclosed by the surface.

The angle q is the angle between E and the normal to the surface. In all of our applications of Gauss´s law, the electric field will be perpendicular to the surface, so q will be equal to 0 and therefore the factor cos q will simply be equal to 1.

We have to live with a perverse tradition that the constant k is frequently written as;

1/(4 p e0),

where e0 = 1/(4 p k) = S.35e-12.

So Gauss´s law also may be seen written in the form

**F = Q/ε _{0}**

Keywords : Gauss, Law, Electronic, Theory

15 Dec 2005 Thr

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