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

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An earthed conducting sphere of

constant € upto

distance r from the centre. Calculate the total charge induced on the sphere. 5.

An earthed conducting sphere of

**radius**a is surrounded by a dielectric shell ofconstant € upto

**radius**b and a point charge q is placed beyond that in air at adistance r from the centre. Calculate the total charge induced on the sphere. 5.

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The charge required to raise the potential by unity is called the capacity, thus the

capacity of an isolated spherical conductor is its

a larger conducting sphere of

The charge required to raise the potential by unity is called the capacity, thus the

capacity of an isolated spherical conductor is its

**radius**a. If now it is enclosed bya larger conducting sphere of

**radius**b, the potential difference between the two ...Page 113

A circular coil of

with angular velocity w. If the magnetic field B is perpendicular to the axis of

rotation, show that the average rate of dissipation of energy due to induced

currents is ...

A circular coil of

**radius**r and resistance R is spinning about one of its diameterswith angular velocity w. If the magnetic field B is perpendicular to the axis of

rotation, show that the average rate of dissipation of energy due to induced

currents 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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