## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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Example Grounded

that initially we have a completely uniform field E0 and then a

of radius a is inserted into the region and kept at zero potential. The field E0 ...

Example Grounded

**conducting**sphere in a previously uniform field. We assumethat initially we have a completely uniform field E0 and then a

**conducting**sphereof radius a is inserted into the region and kept at zero potential. The field E0 ...

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11-3 A point charge q is located in the xy plane near two grounded

planes intersecting at right angles as shown in Figure 11-14. The z axis lies

along the line of intersection of the planes. Find and justify the image charges

that, ...

11-3 A point charge q is located in the xy plane near two grounded

**conducting**planes intersecting at right angles as shown in Figure 11-14. The z axis lies

along the line of intersection of the planes. Find and justify the image charges

that, ...

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12-5 A sphere of radius a centered at the origin is made of a l.i.h.

material. The potential on the surface is maintained at the values given in

spherical coordinates by <f/>0 cos 8 where <£0 = const. Find the free current

density 3f ...

12-5 A sphere of radius a centered at the origin is made of a l.i.h.

**conducting**material. The potential on the surface is maintained at the values given in

spherical coordinates by <f/>0 cos 8 where <£0 = const. Find the free current

density 3f ...

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