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The spherical shell having radius R and thickness t is shown below. The potential is related to the charge density by Poisson’s equation as shown.

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The spherical shell having thickness t, its polar spherical coordinates is given by Poisson’s equation:

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Due to symmetry in the hollow spherical shell the derivative of terms cont...

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