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(c) The electric field at the surface of a conductor is normal to the surface and has

a

infinite, conducting, plane sheets of uniform thicknesses ti and to, respectively, ...

(c) The electric field at the surface of a conductor is normal to the surface and has

a

**magnitude**470, where q is the charge density per unit area on the surface. Twoinfinite, conducting, plane sheets of uniform thicknesses ti and to, respectively, ...

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When q is just outside the surface of the sphere, the image charge is equal and

opposite in

charge has been found, we can return to the original problem of a charge q

outside a ...

When q is just outside the surface of the sphere, the image charge is equal and

opposite in

**magnitude**and lies just beneath the surface. Now that the imagecharge has been found, we can return to the original problem of a charge q

outside a ...

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Consequently, (14.46) can be written A 2 e” ...asdp). Peircular (t ) = 3 moco y (; (

14.47) When this is compared to the corresponding result (14.27) for rectilinear

motion, we find that for a given

Consequently, (14.46) can be written A 2 e” ...asdp). Peircular (t ) = 3 moco y (; (

14.47) When this is compared to the corresponding result (14.27) for rectilinear

motion, we find that for a given

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nš 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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