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V - T * 2° 2.4 Point Charge near a

problem which can be discussed easily is that of a point charge near a

charged ...

V - T * 2° 2.4 Point Charge near a

**Conducting**Sphere at Fixed Potential Anotherproblem which can be discussed easily is that of a point charge near a

**conducting**sphere held at a fixed potential V. The potential is the same as for thecharged ...

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An insulated, spherical,

E0. If the sphere is cut into two hemispheres by a plane perpendicular to the field,

find the force required to prevent the hemispheres from separatin (a) if the shell ...

An insulated, spherical,

**conducting**shell of radius a is in a uniform electric fieldE0. If the sphere is cut into two hemispheres by a plane perpendicular to the field,

find the force required to prevent the hemispheres from separatin (a) if the shell ...

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2.9 (a) An isolated

trivial) solution for the electrostatic potential everywhere in space. (b) Apply the

inversion theorem, choosing the center of inversion outside the

sphere.

2.9 (a) An isolated

**conducting**sphere is raised to a potential V. Write down the (trivial) solution for the electrostatic potential everywhere in space. (b) Apply the

inversion theorem, choosing the center of inversion outside the

**conducting**sphere.

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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