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( a ) Set up a series representation for the potential inside the sphere for the

general case of 2n segments , and carry the calculation of the coefficients in the

series far enough to

( a ) Set up a series representation for the potential inside the sphere for the

general case of 2n segments , and carry the calculation of the coefficients in the

series far enough to

**determine**exactly which coefficients are different from zero .Page 129

5 x 10 - 24 cmo and a mean radius R = ( a + b ) / 2 = 7 x 10 - 13 cm ,

the fractional difference in radius ( a - b ) / R . 4 . 3 A localized distribution of

charge has a charge density p ( r ) = retsin ? ( a ) Make a multipole expansion of

the ...

5 x 10 - 24 cmo and a mean radius R = ( a + b ) / 2 = 7 x 10 - 13 cm ,

**determine**the fractional difference in radius ( a - b ) / R . 4 . 3 A localized distribution of

charge has a charge density p ( r ) = retsin ? ( a ) Make a multipole expansion of

the ...

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( a ) Assuming infinite conductivity for the walls ,

propagation and their cutoff frequencies . ( 6 ) For the lowest modes of each type

calculate the attenuation constant , assuming that the walls have large , but finite

...

( a ) Assuming infinite conductivity for the walls ,

**determine**the possible modes ofpropagation and their cutoff frequencies . ( 6 ) For the lowest modes of each type

calculate the attenuation constant , assuming that the walls have large , but finite

...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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