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One immediate consequence is that the capacitanceofacapacitoris increased by

a factor of e if the empty space between the electrodes is filled with a

with

One immediate consequence is that the capacitanceofacapacitoris increased by

a factor of e if the empty space between the electrodes is filled with a

**dielectric**with

**dielectric**constant e (true only to the extent that fringing fields can be ...Page 123

4.8 Electrostatic Energy in

energy of a system of charges in free space. ... and a potential p(x) cannot in

general be taken over as it stands in our macroscopic description of

media.

4.8 Electrostatic Energy in

**Dielectric**Media In Section 1.11 we discussed theenergy of a system of charges in free space. ... and a potential p(x) cannot in

general be taken over as it stands in our macroscopic description of

**dielectric**media.

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In practical situations involving the motion of

often produced by a configuration of electrodes held at fixed potentials by

connection to an external source such as a battery. As the distribution of

varies, ...

In practical situations involving the motion of

**dielectrics**the electric fields areoften produced by a configuration of electrodes held at fixed potentials by

connection to an external source such as a battery. As the distribution of

**dielectric**varies, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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