Two parallel conducting plates are separated by 1.00 cm and have a potential difference between them of V. What is the magnitude of the electric field between the plates?
The wall of a cell is 8.81 nm thick and the potential difference across it is 74.0 mV. Modeling the cell wall as a pair of parallel plates, what is the magnitude of the electric field within the wall?
Two parallel conducting plates are separated by a 0.384 cm thick gap of air. If the greatest electric field magnitude in which the air can act as an insulator is V/m, what is the maximum potential difference that can be applied across the plates that allows them to function as a capacitor?