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

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- e at (a.0,0); e at (a,a,0); - e at (0,a,0); 4.

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**Calculate**the energy of a quadrupole in the external potential 0 = e~/r 3.**Calculate**the quadrupole moment of the following charge distribution e at (0,0,0);- e at (a.0,0); e at (a,a,0); - e at (0,a,0); 4.

**Calculate**the dipole and quadrupolemoments ...

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The

student as an exercise. Problems 1 . A small dielectric sphere of radius a is

placed at the origin in an electric field with potential 0 = ar2.

on the ...

The

**calculation**of dipole moment of water molecule from these data is left to thestudent as an exercise. Problems 1 . A small dielectric sphere of radius a is

placed at the origin in an electric field with potential 0 = ar2.

**Calculate**the forceon the ...

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density (a) by considering that the distribution is built up by piling up charges and

(b) from the field theoretic expression. 2.

**Calculate**the energy of a spherically symmetric distribution of charge of uniformdensity (a) by considering that the distribution is built up by piling up charges and

(b) from the field theoretic expression. 2.

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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