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f^-. Jr R 4n.slRdn' dn'\R/ If x lies outside the surface 5, the left-hand side of (1.36)
is zero. [Note that this is consistent with the interpretation of the surface integral
as being the potential due to a surface-charge density a ...
The conductor with the boss is kept at zero potential, and the other conductor is at
a potential such that far from the boss the electric field between the plates is £0. (
a) Calculate the surface-charge densities at an arbitrary point on the plane and ...
From these boundary conditions we see that just outside the surface of a perfect
conductor only normal E and tangential H fields can exist, and that the fields drop
abruptly to zero inside the perfect conductor. This behavior is indicated ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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