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If the point x is on the z axis , the right - hand side reduces to ( 3.38 ) , while the
left - hand side becomes : 1 1 x - X ' ! 1 ( p2 + p2 – 2rr ' cos y ) " ir - r ' ( 3.43 )
Expanding ( 3.43 ) , we find 1 | x – X ' ! Σ ( 3 ) ( 3.44 ) r > 1 = 0 For points off the
axis it is ...
( c ) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the axis
has components 2πΝΙ πΝΙ / B , – B , P с a 5.3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a
has a hole of radius b bored parallel to , and centered a distance d from , the ...
The speed of the particle is constant so that at any position along the z axis v ,? +
v . ? = v . ( 12.126 ) where vi ? V.102 + 2 is the square of the speed at z = 0. If we
assume that the flux linked is a constant of the motion , then ( 12.125 ) allows us ...
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