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The potential has the constant value Q / R inside the sphere and falls off inversely

with

choice of center of inversion and associated parameters we can obtain the ...

The potential has the constant value Q / R inside the sphere and falls off inversely

with

**distance**away from the center for points outside the sphere . By a suitablechoice of center of inversion and associated parameters we can obtain the ...

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( 6 ) Show that the potential a perpendicular

disc is 0. ( 2 ) -vi - van a2 + 22 ( c ) Show that the potential a perpendicular

k = 2a ...

( 6 ) Show that the potential a perpendicular

**distance**z above the center of thedisc is 0. ( 2 ) -vi - van a2 + 22 ( c ) Show that the potential a perpendicular

**distance**z above the edge of the disc is Φα ( 2 ) [ E ( k ) – ( 1 – ko ) K ( k ) ] wherek = 2a ...

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... fields must be the same as those obtained in Section 11.10 by means of a

Lorentz transformation on the static Coulomb field . For example , the transverse

electric field E , at a point a perpendicular

...

... fields must be the same as those obtained in Section 11.10 by means of a

Lorentz transformation on the static Coulomb field . For example , the transverse

electric field E , at a point a perpendicular

**distance**b from the straight line path of...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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