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Problem: The electric field in the region between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor has a magnitude of 6.2x105 V/m. If the plate separation is 0.53 mm, determine the absolute value of the potential difference between the plates.

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In this problem, we are dealing with separation, electric field, and potential. Thus, we know that we are dealing with the electric field as a derivative of potential. 

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The electric field in the region between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor has a magnitude of 6.2x105 V/m. If the plate separation is 0.53 mm, determine the absolute value of the potential difference between the plates.

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