## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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... t)] per unit area. 21. Show that the potential

distance d from the axis of a circular conducting cylinder of radius a is that which

would be

... t)] per unit area. 21. Show that the potential

**produced**by a line charge at adistance d from the axis of a circular conducting cylinder of radius a is that which

would be

**produced**by the actual line charge and an equal image line charge ...Page 79

A calculation of a from Eq. (3.1) also shows that the molecular distortion

permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules which are

determined by ...

A calculation of a from Eq. (3.1) also shows that the molecular distortion

**produced**by ordinary electric fields is extremely small. The values of thepermanent electric moments associated with polar molecules which are

determined by ...

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... are proportional to the field strengths that would be

distance for equal currents flowing in the two elements. Hence the ratio of the

radiation field

to ...

... are proportional to the field strengths that would be

**produced**at a greatdistance for equal currents flowing in the two elements. Hence the ratio of the

radiation field

**produced**by a loop to that**produced**by a straight wire is also equalto ...

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