## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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charges it is convenient to introduce two additional concepts . The first of these is

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**Electric Field**Strength and Potential . - In discussing the forces between electriccharges it is convenient to introduce two additional concepts . The first of these is

**electric field**strength , or more briefly**electric field**or electric intensity . An electric...

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Show by direct integration that the

charge of density q . is 92 E , = 2A KOT · 8 . A circular disk of radius R is charged

to a uniform surface density qs . Show that the

Show by direct integration that the

**electric field**at a distance r from an infinite linecharge of density q . is 92 E , = 2A KOT · 8 . A circular disk of radius R is charged

to a uniform surface density qs . Show that the

**electric field**on the axis of the ...Page 77

It may be shown that this leads on simple assumptions to an effective polarization

EFEBE No

instantaneous orientation of the molecules of a polar gas under the influence of

an

It may be shown that this leads on simple assumptions to an effective polarization

EFEBE No

**field Field E**Fig . 3 . 1 . - Schematic representation of theinstantaneous orientation of the molecules of a polar gas under the influence of

an

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