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5 calculate the total

the equal and opposite charges ... ( 6 ) Sketch the energy density of the

1 .

5 calculate the total

**electrostatic**energy and express it alternatively in terms ofthe equal and opposite charges ... ( 6 ) Sketch the energy density of the

**electrostatic**field in each case as a function of the appropriate linear coordinate .1 .

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86 ) where the

potential , can be obtained from ( 6 . 12 ) by assuming a linear relation between J

and A . Then we find the magnetic energy to be W = 1J•A dex ( 6 . 17 ) 2c The ...

86 ) where the

**electrostatic**energy is expressed in terms of charge density andpotential , can be obtained from ( 6 . 12 ) by assuming a linear relation between J

and A . Then we find the magnetic energy to be W = 1J•A dex ( 6 . 17 ) 2c The ...

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Momentum impulse in Coulomb collision, 431 A Motion, see Particle motion \|

Moving circuits and law of induction, 171 Multiple scattering of particles, 456, 463

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Momentum impulse in Coulomb collision, 431 A Motion, see Particle motion \|

Moving circuits and law of induction, 171 Multiple scattering of particles, 456, 463

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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