## Classical Electrodynamics |

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(a) Find the electric field everywhere between the spheres. (b) Calculate the

surface-charge distribution on the inner sphere. (c) Calculate the polarization-

charge

data on ...

(a) Find the electric field everywhere between the spheres. (b) Calculate the

surface-charge distribution on the inner sphere. (c) Calculate the polarization-

charge

**density**induced on the surface of the dielectric at r = a. 4.7 The followingdata on ...

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Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux

magnetic induction), we have a more complicated situation than for the electric

field. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux

**density**B (sometimes called themagnetic induction), we have a more complicated situation than for the electric

field. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

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The corresponding relativistic expression without the

), (#) _ (-e)'o. in (o) - | (13.78) dar/b-a co a (00) 2 We see that the

produces a simplification in that the asymptotic energy loss no longer depends

on ...

The corresponding relativistic expression without the

**density**effect is, from (13.36), (#) _ (-e)'o. in (o) - | (13.78) dar/b-a co a (00) 2 We see that the

**density**effectproduces a simplification in that the asymptotic energy loss no longer depends

on ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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