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3 Point Charge in the Presence of a Charged , Insulated , Conducting

the previous section we considered the problem of a point charge 9 near a

grounded

3 Point Charge in the Presence of a Charged , Insulated , Conducting

**Sphere**Inthe previous section we considered the problem of a point charge 9 near a

grounded

**sphere**and saw that a surface - charge density was induced on the**sphere**.Page 33

4 Point Charge near a Conducting

which can be discussed easily is that of a point charge near a conducting

held at a fixed potential V . The potential is the same as for the charged

4 Point Charge near a Conducting

**Sphere**at Fixed Potential Another problemwhich can be discussed easily is that of a point charge near a conducting

**sphere**held at a fixed potential V . The potential is the same as for the charged

**sphere**...Page 39

As a very simple example of the solution of a potential problem by inversion we

consider an isolated conducting

The potential has the constant value Q / R inside the

...

As a very simple example of the solution of a potential problem by inversion we

consider an isolated conducting

**sphere**of radius R with a total charge Q on it .The potential has the constant value Q / R inside the

**sphere**and falls off inversely...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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