## 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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As a further illustration of the intemal consistency of our results, let us find the

total

and (2-l6), this will be given by Q,,= J;/Ip,,d'r'+£,obda'= - LIV'-Pd'r'+£,a,,da' ...

As a further illustration of the intemal consistency of our results, let us find the

total

**bound charge**Q,, of a polarized dielectric of finite extent. According to (2-l4)and (2-l6), this will be given by Q,,= J;/Ip,,d'r'+£,obda'= - LIV'-Pd'r'+£,a,,da' ...

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10-6 Find the total positive

Figure 10-8. 10-7 A sphere of radius a has a radial polarization given by P=o1r"i'

where 01 and n are constants and n> 0. Find the volume and surface densities of

...

10-6 Find the total positive

**bound charge**of the uniformly polarized sphere ofFigure 10-8. 10-7 A sphere of radius a has a radial polarization given by P=o1r"i'

where 01 and n are constants and n> 0. Find the volume and surface densities of

...

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95 (12-14) Physically, this condition expresses the fact that if more charge is

brought up to the surface than is taken away, ... Now in the process of polarizing

a material, the

1, ...

95 (12-14) Physically, this condition expresses the fact that if more charge is

brought up to the surface than is taken away, ... Now in the process of polarizing

a material, the

**bound charges**will generally be moving, as we saw in Section 10-1, ...

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