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Given that Eu" (Z = 63) has a quadrupole moment Q = 2.5 × 10−9 cm” and a

mean

Given that Eu" (Z = 63) has a quadrupole moment Q = 2.5 × 10−9 cm” and a

mean

**radius**R = (a + b)/2 = 7 x 10-13 cm, determine the fractional difference in**radius**(a — b)/R. A localized distribution of charge has a charge density p(r) = ...Page 166

c C W on A cylindrical conductor of

to, and centered a distance d from, the cylinder axis (d + b : a). The current

density is uniform throughout the remaining metal of the cylinder and is parallel to

the ...

c C W on A cylindrical conductor of

**radius**a has a hole of**radius**b bored parallelto, and centered a distance d from, the cylinder axis (d + b : a). The current

density is uniform throughout the remaining metal of the cylinder and is parallel to

the ...

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A spherical hole of

electromagnetic resonant cavity. (a) Assuming infinite conductivity, determine the

transcendental equations for the characteristic frequencies on of the cavity for TE

and TM ...

A spherical hole of

**radius**a in a conducting medium can serve as anelectromagnetic resonant cavity. (a) Assuming infinite conductivity, determine the

transcendental equations for the characteristic frequencies on of the cavity for TE

and TM ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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