## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. the electrophones. This consists of a flat wax surface

and a

some material that leaves, say, a positive charge on its surface. If the plate is then

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. the electrophones. This consists of a flat wax surface

and a

**conducting**plate with an insulating handle. The wax is first rubbed withsome material that leaves, say, a positive charge on its surface. If the plate is then

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(a) Parallel

A

derivative of V in Eq. (1.36) with respect to r. Setting r = 2d, the field at one charge

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(a) Parallel

**conducting**cylinders. (6) One cylindrical conductor inside another, (c)A

**conducting**cylinder above an infinite plane conductor. the negative partialderivative of V in Eq. (1.36) with respect to r. Setting r = 2d, the field at one charge

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A small sphere of susceptibility x and radius a is placed at a great distance r from

a

the force with which the dielectric sphere is attracted to the

A small sphere of susceptibility x and radius a is placed at a great distance r from

a

**conducting**sphere of radius 6 which is maintained at a potential V. Show thatthe force with which the dielectric sphere is attracted to the

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