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The potential of the field due to two point charges e and — e', namely <f> = e\r —

e'jr', vanishes on the surface of a

charges (but not between them). If the radius of the

The potential of the field due to two point charges e and — e', namely <f> = e\r —

e'jr', vanishes on the surface of a

**sphere**whose centre is on the line joining thecharges (but not between them). If the radius of the

**sphere**is R and its centre is ...Page 34

A small conductor of capacity e (equal in order of magnitude to its dimension) is

at a distance r from the centre of a

distance r—a from the conductor to the surface of the

A small conductor of capacity e (equal in order of magnitude to its dimension) is

at a distance r from the centre of a

**spherical**conductor of large radius a c). Thedistance r—a from the conductor to the surface of the

**sphere**is supposed large ...Page 246

A dielectric

field Determine the resulting electric field near the

the resulting electric field, the magnetic field may be taken to be the same as for ...

A dielectric

**sphere**rotates uniformly in a vacuum in a uniform constant magneticfield Determine the resulting electric field near the

**sphere**. Solution. In calculatingthe resulting electric field, the magnetic field may be taken to be the same as for ...

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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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