Gauss law, in vacuum, in integral form reads ∫

**E**d

**S**=Q/ε₀.

Gauss law, in vacuum, in the integral form reads ∫

**E**d

**S**=Q/ε₀.

(E, dS are vectors)

(S - closed area)

Gauss law, in vacuum, in mono-dimensional, differential form reads dEx/dx=ρ/ε₀

Gauss law, in vacuum, in the mono-dimensional, differential form reads dEx/dx=ρ/ε₀

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