## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Consider a hypothetical closed Gaussian

conductor, as at the left in Fig. 1.12. Since the electric field at every point on this

...

Consider a hypothetical closed Gaussian

**surface**lying completely inside aconductor, as at the left in Fig. 1.12. Since the electric field at every point on this

**surface**is zero, it can enclose no net charge. As this hypothetical**surface**can be...

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Another thermal effect of great importance is the actual liberation of electrons

from a heated

electrons within a metal are very large, but the bounding

mathematically ...

Another thermal effect of great importance is the actual liberation of electrons

from a heated

**surface**. The forces tending to retain the cloud of conductionelectrons within a metal are very large, but the bounding

**surface**is notmathematically ...

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In the absence of the field an electron starting at a distance a from the

must possess an energy e<p to leave the cathode; in the presence of the field the

electron need only possess an energy e<p' in order to surmount the potential ...

In the absence of the field an electron starting at a distance a from the

**surface**must possess an energy e<p to leave the cathode; in the presence of the field the

electron need only possess an energy e<p' in order to surmount the potential ...

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