## 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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Thus the total induced charge turns out to be

charge, and hence

the image charge simulates the overall behavior of the conductor. In order to ...

Thus the total induced charge turns out to be

**equal**and opposite to the inducingcharge, and hence

**equal**to the image charge as we should have expected sincethe image charge simulates the overall behavior of the conductor. In order to ...

Page 283

Verify that in the appropriate limit your result reduces to that of the previous

exercise. /w MJ < d > Figure 17-17. The currents and rectangle of Exercise 17-19.

17-20 A toroidal coil of N turns has the central radius of the torus

the ...

Verify that in the appropriate limit your result reduces to that of the previous

exercise. /w MJ < d > Figure 17-17. The currents and rectangle of Exercise 17-19.

17-20 A toroidal coil of N turns has the central radius of the torus

**equal**to b andthe ...

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If we compare this with (12-35), we see that (21-62) says that the total rate at

which energy is flowing into the conductor is exactly

energy is being dissipated into heat within the volume. This is exactly what is

required ...

If we compare this with (12-35), we see that (21-62) says that the total rate at

which energy is flowing into the conductor is exactly

**equal**to the rate at whichenergy is being dissipated into heat within the volume. This is exactly what is

required ...

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