## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Show that the potential

a circular conducting cylinder of radius a is that which would be

actual line charge and an equal image line charge of opposite sign ...

Show that the potential

**produced**by a line charge at a distance d from the axis ofa circular conducting cylinder of radius a is that which would be

**produced**by theactual line charge and an equal image line charge of opposite sign ...

Page 79

A calculation of a from Eq. (3.1) also shows that the molecular distortion

permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules which are

determined by ...

A calculation of a from Eq. (3.1) also shows that the molecular distortion

**produced**by ordinary electric fields is extremely small. The values of thepermanent electric moments associated with polar molecules which are

determined by ...

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The upper wave of that figure represents the type of distortion

second harmonic with amplitude equal to the fundamental. The lower wave

shows the distortion

amplitude of ...

The upper wave of that figure represents the type of distortion

**produced**by asecond harmonic with amplitude equal to the fundamental. The lower wave

shows the distortion

**produced**by a third harmonic component again of theamplitude of ...

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