## 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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Furthermore, we will not do this in complete generality, but consider only the

particular case of the

general features of the problem in terms of an easily visualized and simple

system.

Furthermore, we will not do this in complete generality, but consider only the

particular case of the

**parallel plate capacitor**. This will suffice to illustrate all of thegeneral features of the problem in terms of an easily visualized and simple

system.

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7-11 The coaxial cylindrical conductors of Figure 6-12 are used as a capacitor

with charges per unit length q, and -q,. Find the ... 7-14 A

has plates of area A. The lower plate is rigidly fastened to a table top. The upper ...

7-11 The coaxial cylindrical conductors of Figure 6-12 are used as a capacitor

with charges per unit length q, and -q,. Find the ... 7-14 A

**parallel plate capacitor**has plates of area A. The lower plate is rigidly fastened to a table top. The upper ...

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10-26 The region between the plates of the spherical capacitor of Figure 10-17 is

filled with a dielectric for which k, varies ... 10-32 The

Figure 10- 18 has square plates of edge L. When the dielectric is in a distance x,

...

10-26 The region between the plates of the spherical capacitor of Figure 10-17 is

filled with a dielectric for which k, varies ... 10-32 The

**parallel plate capacitor**ofFigure 10- 18 has square plates of edge L. When the dielectric is in a distance x,

...

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