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    Electric current density derived from radial in-flow of charge density for a sphere

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    We have a spherical volume with R=1m. Inside a uniform charge density increases with a constant rate of 2 C/(m^3s). The increase is related to a uniform charge density that enters radially through the surface. Use the continuity equation to calculate the current density through the surface. See attached

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    This solution shows step-by-step calculations to determine the current density using the radially inward charge density flow rate.

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