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The potential inside the sphere describes a constant electric field

applied field with magnitude 3 e -H Ein = 2 Eo < Eo (4.61) Outside the sphere the

potential is equivalent to the applied field E, plus the field of an electric dipole at ...

The potential inside the sphere describes a constant electric field

**parallel**to theapplied field with magnitude 3 e -H Ein = 2 Eo < Eo (4.61) Outside the sphere the

potential is equivalent to the applied field E, plus the field of an electric dipole at ...

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E

2r + * sin 2i o" (i + r.) cos (i – r) Al * -- 2: ... (7.60) Eo" , sin 2i — sin 2r tan (i – r) - -

—o- - Eo sin 2r + 4. sin 2i tan (i + r.) Al Again the results on the right apply for u' ...

E

**PARALLEL**TO PLANE OF INCIDENCE Éd 2 us sin 2i —- 2 cos i sin r Eo ** sin2r + * sin 2i o" (i + r.) cos (i – r) Al * -- 2: ... (7.60) Eo" , sin 2i — sin 2r tan (i – r) - -

—o- - Eo sin 2r + 4. sin 2i tan (i + r.) Al Again the results on the right apply for u' ...

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The uniform charge density of Problem 16.2 is replaced by a uniform density of

intrinsic magnetization

With the same approximations as above calculate the nonvanishing radiation ...

The uniform charge density of Problem 16.2 is replaced by a uniform density of

intrinsic magnetization

**parallel**to the z axis and having total magnetic moment M.With the same approximations as above calculate the nonvanishing radiation ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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