Electric Constant

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Electric Constant

Also known as the permittivity of free space or the vaccum permittivity,

 , where:

 = Electric Constant (Fa/m)

 = Magnetic Constant (H/m)

c = Speed of Light (m/s)

Coulomb Constant

The value of the Coulomb Constant (K), an important value in physics, given in SI cgs units of (N*m2)/Cis:

 , where:

k = Coulomb Constant ((N*m2)/C2)

 = Electric Constant (Fa/m)

Rydberg Constant

 , where:

R = Rydgberg Constant (1/m)

m = Electron Mass (kg)

e = Elementary Charge (C)

 = Electric Constant (F/m)

h = Planck Constant (J*s)

c = Speed of Light (m/s)

Displacement Current

 , where:

J = Displacement Current (A/m2)

 = Electric Constant (Fa/m)

E = Electric Field (N/C)

t = Time (s)

P = Polarization Density (C/m2)

Ampère's Circuital Law

Also known as Ampère's Law with Maxwell's Correction,

  or

   , where:

 = Curl Operator

B = Magnetic B-Field (T)

Electric Displacement Field

 , where:

D = Electric Displacement Field (C/m2)

 = Electric Constant (F/m)

E = Electric Field (N/C)

P = Polarization Density (C/m2)

Polarization Density

 , where:

P = Polarization Density (C/m2)

 = Electric Constant (Fa/m)

 = Electric Suceptability

E = Electric Field (N/C)

Permittivity

 , where:

 = Permittivity of a Material (F/m)

 = Relative Permittivity (Material Property)

Gauss's Law

     

, where:

 = Electric Flux Through Surface S (V*m)

E = Electric Field (N/C)

Q = Total Charge within Surface S (C)

Electric Field Due to a Point Charge

 , where:

E = Electric Field (N/C)

 = Pi

 = Electric Constant (Fa/m)

q = Electric charge of particle (C)

r = Distance from particle (m)

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