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A 0.350-m-long cylindrical capacitor consists of a solid conducting core with a radius of 1.20 mm and an outer hollow conducting tube with an inner radius of 2.00 mm. The two conductors are separated by air and charged to a potential difference of 6.00 V. Calculate (a) the charge per length for the capacitor; (b) the total charge on the capacitor; (c) the capacitance; (d) the energy stored in the capacitor when fully charged.

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Given :\textbf{\textcolor{#c34632}{Given :}}

  • L=0.350  mL=0.350\;\mathrm{m}
  • ra=1.20  mmr_{_a}=1.20\;\mathrm{mm}
  • rb=2.0  mmr_{_b}=2.0\;\mathrm{mm}
  • V=6.0  VV=6.0\;\mathrm{V}

Required :\textbf{\textcolor{#c34632}{Required :}}

a)\textbf{\textcolor{#c34632}{a)}} λ\lambda

b)\textbf{\textcolor{#c34632}{b)}} QQ

c)\textbf{\textcolor{#c34632}{c)}} CC

d)\textbf{\textcolor{#c34632}{d)}} UU

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