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My syllabus states:
Field due to parallel plates, mention of edge
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. Can someone please explain what the 'edge effect' is?
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I think it's like Hall effect? Is it electro-magnectic field?
when the electrons go into 2 plates , they will go to one plate due to magnetic field. Then the plate becomes negative charged. The other is positive charged. The electrons will be repelled cuz they have same negative charged. So they go straight forward.(the repulsion of electric field = the force of magnectic field)
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No, its AS syllabus so its strictly electric field. I know it has something to do with uniform electric fields, yet I don't know what
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if you have a field between two parallel plates, it will be uniform in the middle, but at the edges, it will bulge outwards.
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