## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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It represents the intersection of the diagram with an infinite

surface . It could be replaced by an infinite conducting

( earthed ) and carrying a charge - 9 and the potential at any point in the region ...

It represents the intersection of the diagram with an infinite

**plane**perpendicularsurface . It could be replaced by an infinite conducting

**plane**at the potential zero( earthed ) and carrying a charge - 9 and the potential at any point in the region ...

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V is therefore zero in the equation for the capacity between the cylinder and the

the preceding case and h = c / 2 . Therefore Vi = cosh - and - 27TKO cosh - 1 ( h ...

V is therefore zero in the equation for the capacity between the cylinder and the

**plane**. The equipotentials and lines of force above the**plane**are the same as inthe preceding case and h = c / 2 . Therefore Vi = cosh - and - 27TKO cosh - 1 ( h ...

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2 in which the electric vector ( and hence the magnetic vector ) is always parallel

to one direction , is known as a

electric vector and the direction of propagation lie will be called the

2 in which the electric vector ( and hence the magnetic vector ) is always parallel

to one direction , is known as a

**plane**- polarized wave . The**plane**in which theelectric vector and the direction of propagation lie will be called the

**plane**of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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