## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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General appearance of the field of a parallel plate

Suppose that the two conductors shown in Figure 6-8 are originally uncharged. A

charge Q is then placed on the inner conductor of radius a. Find the final static ...

General appearance of the field of a parallel plate

**capacitor**. EXERCISES 6-1Suppose that the two conductors shown in Figure 6-8 are originally uncharged. A

charge Q is then placed on the inner conductor of radius a. Find the final static ...

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Show that then the electric field at the surface of the inner sphere will be a

minimum if a = Find this minimum value of E. 6-10 A

infinitely long conductors with coaxial cylindrical surfaces as shown in Figure 6-

12.

Show that then the electric field at the surface of the inner sphere will be a

minimum if a = Find this minimum value of E. 6-10 A

**capacitor**is made from twoinfinitely long conductors with coaxial cylindrical surfaces as shown in Figure 6-

12.

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that C reduces to the correct expression when Ke is constant. Also show that the

result is independent of whether kp1 is greater than or smaller than Ke2. v 10-26

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**Capacitor**in Exercise 10-23. the capacitance. As a check on your result, showthat C reduces to the correct expression when Ke is constant. Also show that the

result is independent of whether kp1 is greater than or smaller than Ke2. v 10-26

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