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dielectric medium. Solution. By the transformation shown in Problem 2, the

reduces to ...

**Determine**the capacity of a conducting sphere, of radius a, in an anisotropicdielectric medium. Solution. By the transformation shown in Problem 2, the

**determination**of the field of a sphere with charge e in an anisotropic mediumreduces to ...

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PROBLEM

substance in an electric field. Solution. Substituting in (18.9) the expression for C

from (10.18), we find (3.0/3p)T — —(E*/8m)(3°e/öp”)T = 0. For the chemical

potential ...

PROBLEM

**Determine**the displacement of the critical point of a dielectricsubstance in an electric field. Solution. Substituting in (18.9) the expression for C

from (10.18), we find (3.0/3p)T — —(E*/8m)(3°e/öp”)T = 0. For the chemical

potential ...

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(46.3) Since Jo'(u) = —J1(u), we obtain H = H, - – constant x iv/(4trailw)/(kr)e-”, (

46.4) the constant being the same as in (46.2); it is easily

condition that H = 21|ca on the surface of the wire, a being the radius of the wire

and ...

(46.3) Since Jo'(u) = —J1(u), we obtain H = H, - – constant x iv/(4trailw)/(kr)e-”, (

46.4) the constant being the same as in (46.2); it is easily

**determined**from thecondition that H = 21|ca on the surface of the wire, a being the radius of the wire

and ...

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Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

A conducting ellipsoid | 20 |

The forces on a conductor | 31 |

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