## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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of the box in the medium of

q ( 2 . 28 ) The second condition is obtained from the fact that no work is done in ...

of the box in the medium of

**dielectric constant**ki and D , for that in the medium of**dielectric constant**K2 , Eq . ( 2 . 26 ) yields D2 . ds – D . ds = qs dsor Din – D2n =q ( 2 . 28 ) The second condition is obtained from the fact that no work is done in ...

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A line charge of linear density Q . is placed in a medium of

parallel to , and at a distance a from , the plane boundary with another medium of

A line charge of linear density Q . is placed in a medium of

**dielectric constant**kiparallel to , and at a distance a from , the plane boundary with another medium of

**dielectric constant**K2 . Find the potentials in the two media and show that the ...Page 79

The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

if ...

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 ,if ...

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