## Classical theory of electricity and magnetism: a course of lectures |

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... at different pressures at a temperature ~ 300 K . Pressure in

Dielectric constant 20 1.0108 40 1.0218 60 1.0333 80 1.0439 100 1.0548 The

ratio (e - l)/p is thus seen to be constant with the value 54 x 10" 5 per

and a ...

... at different pressures at a temperature ~ 300 K . Pressure in

**atmospheres**Dielectric constant 20 1.0108 40 1.0218 60 1.0333 80 1.0439 100 1.0548 The

ratio (e - l)/p is thus seen to be constant with the value 54 x 10" 5 per

**atmosphere**and a ...

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The dielectric constant for gaseous S02 is 1.00993 at 273K and 1.00569 at 373K

at a pressure of 1

Consider ideal gas behaviour. 4. The dipole moment of a HBr molecule is ...

The dielectric constant for gaseous S02 is 1.00993 at 273K and 1.00569 at 373K

at a pressure of 1

**atmosphere**. Calculate the dipole moment of S02 molecule.Consider ideal gas behaviour. 4. The dipole moment of a HBr molecule is ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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