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A very important property of a superconducting ring is that, even if the

This follows immediately from the integral form of Maxwell's equation in the space

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A very important property of a superconducting ring is that, even if the

**external****field**and the current vary, the magnetic flux through the ring remains constant:This follows immediately from the integral form of Maxwell's equation in the space

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(42.6) 6 These equations hold, not only for any

change in shape or relative position. PROBLEM Determine the magnetic moment

of a superconducting disc in an external magnetic field perpendicular to its plane.

t ...

(42.6) 6 These equations hold, not only for any

**external field**, but also for anychange in shape or relative position. PROBLEM Determine the magnetic moment

of a superconducting disc in an external magnetic field perpendicular to its plane.

t ...

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Let us consider a circuit in a variable

generated in any manner. We denote by Ee the electric

induced by the variable

vary ...

Let us consider a circuit in a variable

**external**magnetic**field**He, which may begenerated in any manner. We denote by Ee the electric

**field**which would beinduced by the variable

**field**He in the absence of conductors. Both H« and Eevary ...

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### Contents

ELECTROSTATICS OF CONDUCTORS 1 The electrostatic field of conductors | 1 |

2 The energy of the electrostatic field of conductors | 3 |

3 Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

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