is the E field for wrinkled spheres similar to regular spheres? it should depend on radius and have some symmetry?
I invented this problem you don't have to do it, take 2 wrinkled spheres of opposite charge rhocharge2 and equal radius, volumerho1 of the spheres= the spheres overlap in a region and the vector between the centers of the spheres is d. what is the electrical field between the 2 spheres. I'm curious if there are more Gaussian surfaces than spheres, cylinders, boxes....