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PROBLEM Determine the magnetic moment of a

external magnetic field perpendicular to its plane. t Solution. The problem of a

problem of ...

PROBLEM Determine the magnetic moment of a

**superconducting**disc in anexternal magnetic field perpendicular to its plane. t Solution. The problem of a

**superconductor**in a constant magnetic field is identical with the electrostaticproblem of ...

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If, on the other hand, the boundary of the

then the lines of force on that boundary must have a bend on the free surface of

the

If, on the other hand, the boundary of the

**superconducting**phase is concave,then the lines of force on that boundary must have a bend on the free surface of

the

**superconducting**region, to which the field is tangential (at the point O, in Fig.Page 182

Neglecting the terms containing the thermal-expansion coefficient, we obtain VT

= _[(l_„)(i/cr'*+ aHa")-WcT"], 4l77I the prime denoting differentiation with respect

to T; V, is the specific heat of the body in the

...

Neglecting the terms containing the thermal-expansion coefficient, we obtain VT

= _[(l_„)(i/cr'*+ aHa")-WcT"], 4l77I the prime denoting differentiation with respect

to T; V, is the specific heat of the body in the

**superconducting**state, whose slight...

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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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