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# Potential and Electric Field Vector of Two Concentric Charged Cylinders

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B. A region is surrounded by two infinitely long concentric cylinders of radii, a1 and a2 (a2>a1). The concentric cylinders are charged to potentials phi1 and phi2 respectively.
Determine the potential and electric field vector everywhere in the region.

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Note that I considered the potentials to be constant on teh cylinders.
I addition I used a for a1 and b for a2, thus teh outer cylinder radius is b.
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Potential and Electric Field Vector of Two Concentric Charged Cylinders are investigated. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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