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A Question About Magnetic And Electric Fields?

Postby neron » Fri Dec 19, 2014 6:43 pm

They say that the electric flux is the strength of the electric field knowing that the electric field times the ckross sectional area this electric field is entering is equal to the elctric flux "phy=E*A"..... so if we increase the area (keeping the electric field constant for the bigger area) that means the electric flux should get bigger, like saying that a small electric field passing through a small area like 1m^2 gives a much smaller flux than when having the same electric field passing through a much larger area like 1000m^2... I really think that it would make sense if the electric flux "phy" was equal to the electric field "E" per the cross sectional area "phy =E/A"... please do explain
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A Question About Magnetic And Electric Fields?

Postby Byrleigh » Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:21 pm

Then it wouldn't be the flux.
It would be the "electric field/unit area" and it could be called AES in your honor.
Unfortunately, it isn't very useful.
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