## 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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6-5 Using the results of the previous exercise, find the coefficients c,-I for the

spherical

for the capacitance. 6-6 A

difference ...

6-5 Using the results of the previous exercise, find the coefficients c,-I for the

spherical

**capacitor**of Figure 6-8 and verify that they give the same rwult (6-37)for the capacitance. 6-6 A

**capacitor**C, is charged resulting in a potentialdifference ...

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B from the total system since it will be unaffected by the displacement dx; in other

words, the

energy and (7-36) becomes F, = —( 'fig' )Q (Q = const.) (7-37) dU = — i dC - Q2 7

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B from the total system since it will be unaffected by the displacement dx; in other

words, the

**capacitor**is isolated. In this case, dU,=dU, where U, is the**capacitor**energy and (7-36) becomes F, = —( 'fig' )Q (Q = const.) (7-37) dU = — i dC - Q2 7

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spherical

permittivities shown. The total volume is divided exactly into halves by a plane

that passes ...

**Capacitor**in Exercise 10-28. 10-28 The region between the plates of thespherical

**capacitor**of Figure 10-20 is filled with two_l. i. h. dielectrics withpermittivities shown. The total volume is divided exactly into halves by a plane

that passes ...

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