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Use symmetry arguments and Gauss ' s law to prove that ( a ) the surface -
charge densities on the adjacent faces are equal and opposite ; ( b ) the surface -
charge densities on the outer faces of the two sheets are the same ; ( c ) the ...
The original potential | problem is on the left, the | equivalent-image problem on
the right. ... It is clear that this is equivalent to the problem of the original charge
and an equal and opposite charge located at the mirror-image point behind the ...
Thus there exists a triply infinite set of equivalent reference frames moving with
constant velocities in rectilinear paths ... involving the sources in such a way that
the velocity of light was equal to c only when measured relative to the source .
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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