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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 suitable
choice of center of inversion and associated parameters we can obtain the ...
( b ) Show that the potential a perpendicular distance z above the center of the
disc is Po ( a ) = v ( 1 - vakt ) ( c ) Show that the potential a perpendicular distance
z above the edge of the disc is Pale ) = E ( K ) – ( 1 – k ? ) K ( k ) ] where k = 2a ...
The distance P'Q is for cos 0 = (n : 3)R. Therefore the distance OQ is kr. But from
triangles OPQ and PP'Q we find (kR)* = r^ — (PQ)” = r^ — Bo(R sin 6)” Then from
triangle OMP' we have R sin 0 = b, so that E1(t) = (14.15) (kR)” – b? + p?t?
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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