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Karl W. is a group moderator Karl W. says:

I know you all love doing these. So I thought I'd post one here. : )
I know that the final answer is 8.85x10^-6 C/m^2 but I can't figure out for the life of me how you connect gausses law and Q=CV to solve it. Help?

When a nerve impulse propagates changes from 7.0 x 10^5 N/C in one direction to 3.0 x 10^5 N/C in the other direction. Approximating the cell membrane as a parallel-plate capacitor, find the magnitude of the change in charge density on the walls on the cell membrane.
2:10PM, 25 September 2008 PDT (permalink)

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JustinSinks is a group administrator JustinSinks says:

+3 stops
119 months ago (permalink)

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Hambone Lewinski is a group administrator Hambone Lewinski says:

Congrats. You're in a more advanced physics class than I've ever taken!

I agree. +3 stops.

Jason
119 months ago (permalink)

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Akatzmarkphotography is a group moderator Akatzmarkphotography says:

Gah you guys make me feel stupid!
Originally posted 119 months ago. (permalink)
HBRstudios (a group admin) edited this topic 119 months ago.

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Karl W. is a group moderator Karl W. says:

This one of my hw questions from 3 weeks ago. I just never could figure out how to do it.
119 months ago (permalink)

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lcarlson is a group moderator lcarlson says:

Did you check your white balance?
119 months ago (permalink)

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Karl W. is a group moderator Karl W. says:

ahh........ I think I'll go somewhere else with this question
119 months ago (permalink)

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HBRstudios is a group administrator HBRstudios says:

Good idea, Karl!
119 months ago (permalink)

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mb_wen is a group moderator mb_wen says:

I think it's cause Nikon is inferior...
119 months ago (permalink)

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maxcaven is a group moderator maxcaven says:

Really? cause I was thinking it was a pentax issue.
119 months ago (permalink)

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