## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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However, the equilibrium density or pressure is in general different in the two

to take a unit charge across a metalvacuum boundary (just as across a

However, the equilibrium density or pressure is in general different in the two

**metals**and hence to counteract the tial ... The Work will in generally be requiredto take a unit charge across a metalvacuum boundary (just as across a

**metal**-**metal**...Page 190

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

electrons within the

outside the

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 W. of Eq. (6.4) maybe ...

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

electrons within the

outside the

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 W. of Eq. (6.4) maybe ...

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