## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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hence for equilibrium there can be no ... However , the equilibrium density or

pressure is in general different in the two

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**metal**this density is constant , i . e . , there is no concentration gradienthence for equilibrium there can be no ... However , the equilibrium density or

pressure is in general different in the two

**metals**and hence to counteract the ...Page 190

As in the case of liquid evaporation the volume occupied by a unit charge of

electrons within the

outside the

may be ...

As in the case of liquid evaporation the volume occupied by a unit charge of

electrons within the

**metal**is negligible in comparison with that which it occupiesoutside the

**metal**, the analogue of the vapor state . Therefore y of Eq . ( 6 . 4 )may be ...

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E , is the electric intensity at the surface of the

xy plane . For large values of a the velocity of propagation in the

and hence the wave length of the radiation is much smaller than outside the ...

E , is the electric intensity at the surface of the

**metal**which is considered to be thexy plane . For large values of a the velocity of propagation in the

**metal**is smalland hence the wave length of the radiation is much smaller than outside the ...

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