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( c ) Calculate the polarization - charge

dielectric at r = a . 4.7 The following data on the variation of dielectric constant

with pressure are taken from the Smithsonian Physical Tables , 9th ed . , p . 424 :

Air at ...

( c ) Calculate the polarization - charge

**density**induced on the surface of thedielectric at r = a . 4.7 The following data on the variation of dielectric constant

with pressure are taken from the Smithsonian Physical Tables , 9th ed . , p . 424 :

Air at ...

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Already , in the definition of the magnetic - flux

magnetic induction ) , we have a more complicated situation than for the electric

field . Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

...

Already , in the definition of the magnetic - flux

**density**B ( sometimes called themagnetic induction ) , we have a more complicated situation than for the electric

field . Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

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The corresponding relativistic expression without the

13.36 ) dE 1.123yc ( 13.78 ) dx / b > a a ( 0 ) ( 5 ) = 65ey ** [ n ( 4 : 23 % ) – We

see that the

loss ...

The corresponding relativistic expression without the

**density**effect is , from (13.36 ) dE 1.123yc ( 13.78 ) dx / b > a a ( 0 ) ( 5 ) = 65ey ** [ n ( 4 : 23 % ) – We

see that the

**density**effect produces a simplification in that the asymptotic energyloss ...

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