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the polarization-charge density induced on the surface of the dielectric at r = a.

4.7 The following data on the variation of dielectric constant with pressure are

taken ...

(b)

**Calculate**the surface-charge distribution on the inner sphere. (c)**Calculate**the polarization-charge density induced on the surface of the dielectric at r = a.

4.7 The following data on the variation of dielectric constant with pressure are

taken ...

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of radiation, and the total radiated power in the long-wavelength approximation.

Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity are ...

**Calculate**the quadrupole moments, the radiation fields, the angular distributionof radiation, and the total radiated power in the long-wavelength approximation.

Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity are ...

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to the energy in the field. ... to perform some integrations by parts, and to use the

differential equation satisfied by E., in order to simplify your

**Calculate**the ratio of the z component of the electromagnetic angular momentumto the energy in the field. ... to perform some integrations by parts, and to use the

differential equation satisfied by E., in order to simplify your

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