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How to compute the electric field inside a dielectric volume?!

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Dear all!
I would like to compute the electric field inside a dielectric volume? How should I do it? is it possible to use the capacitor model? (any references ..... please highlight them they are very needed :roll: )

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In a dielectric the E field is the same as in the vaccum divided by the dielectric constant εr. Then the problem is just to calculate the electric field inside a volume. You can refer to standard university physics books e.g. University Physics by Sears or Physics for scientists and engineers by Tipler for examples on simple volumes.
 
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still don't understand ....the fact that there is no free charges in dielectrics is confusing me!
 

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