## 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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6-11 Figure 6-l3 illustrates the assumption we made about E when we neglected

edge effects for the

abruptly to zero at the edges. Show that this is impossible because V XE=0 by ...

6-11 Figure 6-l3 illustrates the assumption we made about E when we neglected

edge effects for the

**parallel**plate capacitor, that is, we assumed that E wentabruptly to zero at the edges. Show that this is impossible because V XE=0 by ...

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10-32 The

When the dielectric is in a distance x, show that the capacitance as a function of x

is given by C(X)=(<ol-/<1)IL +(K. - l)Xl10-33 The

...

10-32 The

**parallel**plate capacitor of Figure 10-18 has square plates of edge L.When the dielectric is in a distance x, show that the capacitance as a function of x

is given by C(X)=(<ol-/<1)IL +(K. - l)Xl10-33 The

**parallel**plate capacitor of Figure...

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the equivalent resistance of the “

from 1/R,,=(1/R,)+(l/R2). 12-7 A long straight wire carries a steady current I . The

current is distributed uniformly over the circular cross section of radius a.

the equivalent resistance of the “

**parallel**” combination shown in (b) can be foundfrom 1/R,,=(1/R,)+(l/R2). 12-7 A long straight wire carries a steady current I . The

current is distributed uniformly over the circular cross section of radius a.

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