Answer to Question #59027 in Electromagnetism for Emmanuel
The outward flux of electric field through an enclosed surface is proportional to the electric charges enclosed
The field at a point outside a spherically symmetric charge is the same as the electric field at the same point due to a point charge at its centre.
The electric flux through a Gaussian surface is a vector product of the electric field and a unit vector perpendicular to and outward from the surface
The total electric flux through a cylinder placed in an electric field with its axis parallel to the field is zero
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