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Given that Eu" (Z = 63) has a quadrupole moment Q = 2.5 × 10−9 cm” and a

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

radius (a — b)/R. 4.3 A localized distribution of charge has a charge density p(r) =

...

Given that Eu" (Z = 63) has a quadrupole moment Q = 2.5 × 10−9 cm” and a

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

**determine**the fractional difference inradius (a — b)/R. 4.3 A localized distribution of charge has a charge density p(r) =

...

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8.5 8.6 (a) Assuming infinite conductivity for the walls,

modes of propagation and their cutoff frequencies. (b) For the lowest modes of

each type calculate the attenuation constant, assuming that the walls have large,

but ...

8.5 8.6 (a) Assuming infinite conductivity for the walls,

**determine**the possiblemodes of propagation and their cutoff frequencies. (b) For the lowest modes of

each type calculate the attenuation constant, assuming that the walls have large,

but ...

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(b)

radiation resistance. Treat the linear antenna of Problem 9.4 by the long-

wavelength multipole expansion method. - (a) Calculate the multipole moments (

electric ...

(b)

**Determine**the total power radiated and find a numerical value for theradiation resistance. Treat the linear antenna of Problem 9.4 by the long-

wavelength multipole expansion method. - (a) Calculate the multipole moments (

electric ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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