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useful to introduce a concept one step removed from the forces, the concept of an

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**Electric Field**Although the thing that eventually gets measured is a force, it isuseful to introduce a concept one step removed from the forces, the concept of an

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But far away from the hole (in terms of its dimensions), although still "near the

conducting plane," the fields will be the same as if the hole were not there,

namely, normal £„ and tangential B0. The

**electric field**lines might appear asshown in Fig ...

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unit charge. A more general definition would be that the

numerically proportional to the force per unit charge, with a proportionality

constant which ...

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**electric field**E is a derived quantity, customarily defined to be the force perunit charge. A more general definition would be that the

**electric field**benumerically proportional to the force per unit charge, with a proportionality

constant which ...

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