## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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CONTENTS Paoe Preface v CHAPTER I

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CONTENTS Paoe Preface v CHAPTER I

**Electrostatics**1 1.1. Qualitative**Electrostatic**Phenomena 1 1.2. The Law of Force between Elementary**Electrostatic**Charges 9 1.3. Electric Field Strength and Potential 13 1.4. Gauss'sTheorem for ...

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From Eq. (2.1) the change in

positions of the conductors in which the potentials remain unaltered is given by

SU = IXtqiVi « = i The battery, however, must supply an amount of charge 5<7< to

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From Eq. (2.1) the change in

**electrostatic**energy associated with a change in thepositions of the conductors in which the potentials remain unaltered is given by

SU = IXtqiVi « = i The battery, however, must supply an amount of charge 5<7< to

...

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electrometer permitted the calculation of the potential difference between the

plates in terms of known quantities. In general, however, it is difficult to design an

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**Electrostatic**Voltmeters and Electroscopes. — The simple geometry of the Kelvinelectrometer permitted the calculation of the potential difference between the

plates in terms of known quantities. In general, however, it is difficult to design an

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