## Course of theoretical physics: Electrodynemics of continuous media |

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anisotropic dielectric medium. SOLUTION. By the transformation shown in

Problem 2, the

anisotropic medium ...

**Determine**the capacitance of a conducting sphere, with radius a, in ananisotropic dielectric medium. SOLUTION. By the transformation shown in

Problem 2, the

**determination**of the field of a sphere with charge e in ananisotropic medium ...

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(19.15) The spontaneous polarization of a ferroelectric when E = 0 is

by the condition that (D should be a minimum as a function of P. In particular,

since the secondorder term and the first of the fourth-order terms are independent

of ...

(19.15) The spontaneous polarization of a ferroelectric when E = 0 is

**determined**by the condition that (D should be a minimum as a function of P. In particular,

since the secondorder term and the first of the fourth-order terms are independent

of ...

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In the general case of a wire whose cross-section is not circular, the exact

calculation of the skin effect is considerably more involved, since the fields inside

and outside the wire must be

case of ...

In the general case of a wire whose cross-section is not circular, the exact

calculation of the skin effect is considerably more involved, since the fields inside

and outside the wire must be

**determined**simultaneously. Only in the limitingcase of ...

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