## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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An infinite circular cylinder of

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 of**dielectric 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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The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

**dielectric****constant**of these gases are also very small in terms of ordinary units. However ...Page 80

Certain colloidal suspensions of particles with large dipole moments display

extremely high dielectric constants, of the ... Though their

low, they are chemically stable and relatively inexpensive to obtain in suitable

purity.

Certain colloidal suspensions of particles with large dipole moments display

extremely high dielectric constants, of the ... Though their

**dielectric constant**islow, they are chemically stable and relatively inexpensive to obtain in suitable

purity.

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