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The potential has the constant value Q/R inside the sphere and falls off inversely

with

choice of center of inversion and associated parameters we can obtain the ...

The potential has the constant value Q/R inside the sphere and falls off inversely

with

**distance**away from the center for points outside the sphere. By a suitablechoice of center of inversion and associated parameters we can obtain the ...

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(a) Calculate the surface-charge densities at an arbitrary point on the plane and

on the boss, and sketch their behavior as a function of

Show that the total charge on the boss has the magnitude 3Eoa”/4. (c) If, instead

of ...

(a) Calculate the surface-charge densities at an arbitrary point on the plane and

on the boss, and sketch their behavior as a function of

**distance**(or angle). (b)Show that the total charge on the boss has the magnitude 3Eoa”/4. (c) If, instead

of ...

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The field energy is almost entirely magnetic in nature. The waves given by (7.80)

show an exponential damping with

wave entering a conductor is damped to 1/e = 0.369 of its initial amplitude in a ...

The field energy is almost entirely magnetic in nature. The waves given by (7.80)

show an exponential damping with

**distance**. This means that an electromagneticwave entering a conductor is damped to 1/e = 0.369 of its initial amplitude in a ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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