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7 A line charge with linear charge density T is placed parallel to , and a distance

R away from , the axis of a conducting

such that the potential vanishes at infinity . Find ( a ) the magnitude and position

of ...

7 A line charge with linear charge density T is placed parallel to , and a distance

R away from , the axis of a conducting

**cylinder**of radius b held at fixed voltagesuch that the potential vanishes at infinity . Find ( a ) the magnitude and position

of ...

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5 we considered wave guides made of hollow metal

inside the hollow . ... however , characteristic differences which arise because of

the very different boundary conditions to be satisfied at the surface of the

.

5 we considered wave guides made of hollow metal

**cylinders**with fields onlyinside the hollow . ... however , characteristic differences which arise because of

the very different boundary conditions to be satisfied at the surface of the

**cylinder**.

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The axial propagation constant k must be the same inside and outside the

times . In the usual way , inside the dielectric

the ...

The axial propagation constant k must be the same inside and outside the

**cylinder**in order to satisfy boundary conditions at all points on the surface at alltimes . In the usual way , inside the dielectric

**cylinder**the transverse Laplacian ofthe ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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