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For a system of n conductors, each with potential Vi and total charge Q, i= 1, 2, . . .
, n) in otherwise empty space, the electrostatic potential energy can be expressed
in terms of the potentials alone and certain geometrical quantities called ...
8.1 Fields at the Surface of and within a Conductor As was mentioned at the end
of Section 7.7, the problem of reflection and refraction of waves at an interface of
two conducting media is somewhat complicated. The most important and useful ...
E H Consequently, boundary conditions (8.1) and (8.2) are approximately true for
a good conductor, aside from a thin transitional layer at the surface. If we wish to
examine that thin transitional region, however, care must be taken. First of all ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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