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on one small charged body by a number of the other small charged bodies

placed around it was the vector sum of the individual two - body

Coulomb . 1.2 Electric Field Although the thing that eventually gets measured is a

on one small charged body by a number of the other small charged bodies

placed around it was the vector sum of the individual two - body

**forces**ofCoulomb . 1.2 Electric Field Although the thing that eventually gets measured is a

**force**, it is ...Page 30

2.4 The

the easiest ) way is to write down immediately the

and the image charge q ' . The distance between them is y - y ' = y ( 1 -- a / y ) .

2.4 The

**force**acting on the charge q can be calculated in different ways . One (the easiest ) way is to write down immediately the

**force**between the charge qand the image charge q ' . The distance between them is y - y ' = y ( 1 -- a / y ) .

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2.5 The

radius a carrying a total charge Q. Positive values mean a repulsion , negative an

attraction . The asymptotic dependence of the

2.5 The

**force**on a point charge q due to an insulated , conducting sphere ofradius a carrying a total charge Q. Positive values mean a repulsion , negative an

attraction . The asymptotic dependence of the

**force**has been divided out . Fy ?### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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