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The potential inside the sphere describes a constant electric field parallel to the applied field with magnitude 3 Ein = - E < E. € + 2 ( 4.61 ) Outside the sphere the potential is equivalent to the applied field E , plus the field of ...
field strengths is a constant which characterizes the response of the molecules to an applied field ( see Section 4.4 ) . Equation ( 4.72 ) can be combined with ( 4.36 ) and ( 4.67 ) to yield : 47 P = Nymol ( E + P 3 ( 4.73 ) where we ...
Conduction occurs when there are free or quasi - free electrons which can move under the action of applied fields . In a solid conductor , the electrons are actually bound , but can move considerable distances on the atomic scale within ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
TimeVarying Fields Maxwells Equations Con
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