## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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As the unit of charge is not defined through Coulomb's law on this system, a

certain types of calculations a 4ir is written explicitly as part of this

Coulomb's ...

As the unit of charge is not defined through Coulomb's law on this system, a

**constant**of proportionality will appear in the equation. As a convenience incertain types of calculations a 4ir is written explicitly as part of this

**constant**andCoulomb's ...

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If a linear relation exists between the field and the polarization, p, may be written

in terms of E and the susceptibility or dielectric

Eliminating E, Eq. (2.38) becomes p. = 3<o(^)Erf(. The coefficient of EB'f. is of ...

If a linear relation exists between the field and the polarization, p, may be written

in terms of E and the susceptibility or dielectric

**constant**as p< = xkoE = k,(k - 1)EEliminating E, Eq. (2.38) becomes p. = 3<o(^)Erf(. The coefficient of EB'f. is of ...

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An infinite circular cylinder of dielectric

dielectric

existing in the medium. Show that the potentials within and without the cylinder

are ...

An infinite circular cylinder of dielectric

**constant**«i is placed in a medium ofdielectric

**constant**«2 with its axis perpendicular to a uniform field Ed previouslyexisting in the medium. Show that the potentials within and without the cylinder

are ...

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