 2.1P: (a) Twelve equal charges, q, are situated at the corners of a regul...
 2.2P: Find the electric field (magnitude and direction) a distance z abov...
 2.3P: ?Find the electric field a distance z above one end of a straight l...
 2.4P: ?Find the electric field a distance z above the center of a square ...
 2.5P: Find the electric field a distance z above the center of a circular...
 2.6P: Find the electric field a distance z above the center of a flat cir...
 2.7P: Find the electric field a distance z from the center of a spherical...
 2.8P: Use your result in Prob. 2.7 to find the field inside and outside a...
 2.9P: Suppose the electric field in some region is found to be in spheric...
 2.10P: A charge q sits at the back corner of a cube, as shown in Fig. 2.17...
 2.11P: Use Gauss’s law to find the electric field inside and outside a sph...
 2.12P: Use Gauss’s law to find the electric field inside a uniformly charg...
 2.13P: Find the electric field a distance s from an infinitely long straig...
 2.14P: Find the electric field inside a sphere that carries a charge densi...
 2.15P: A thick spherical shell carries charge density (Fig. 2.25). Find th...
 2.16P: long coaxial cable (Fig. 2.26) carries a uniform volume charge dens...
 2.17P: An infinite plane slab, of thickness 2d, carries a uniform volume c...
 2.18P: Two spheres, each of radius R and carrying uniform volume charge de...
 2.19P: Calculate ? × E directly from Eq. 2.8, by the method of Sect. 2.2.2...
 2.20P: One of these is an impossible electrostatic field. Which one? Here ...
 2.21P: Find the potential inside and outside a uniformly charged solid sph...
 2.22P: Find the potential a distance s from an infinitely long straight wi...
 2.23P: For the charge configuration of Prob. 2.15, find the potential at t...
 2.24P: For the configuration of Prob. 2.16, find the potential difference ...
 2.25P: Using Eqs. 2.27 and 2.30, find the potential at a distance z above ...
 2.26P: A conical surface (an empty icecream cone) carries a uniform surfa...
 2.27P: Find the potential on the axis of a uniformly charged solid cylinde...
 2.28P: Use Eq. 2.29 to calculate the potential inside a uniformly charged ...
 2.29P: Check that Eq. 2.29 satisfies Poisson’s equation, by applying the L...
 2.30P: (a) Check that the results of Exs. 2.5 and 2.6, and Prob. 2.11, are...
 2.31P: (a) Three charges are situated at the corners of a square (side a),...
 2.33P: ?Consider an infinite chain of point charges, ±q (with alternating ...
 2.34P: Find the energy stored in a uniformly charged solid sphere of radiu...
 2.35P: Here is a fourth way of computing the energy of a uniformly charged...
 2.36P: Consider two concentric spherical shells, of radii a and b. Suppose...
 2.38P: A metal sphere of radius R, carrying charge q, is surrounded by a t...
 2.39P: Two spherical cavities, of radii a and b, are hollowed out from the...
 2.40P: (a) A point charge q is inside a cavity in an uncharged conductor (...
 2.41P: Two large metal plates (each of area A) are held a small distance d...
 2.42P: A metal sphere of radius R carries a total charge Q.What is the for...
 2.43P: Find the capacitance per unit length of two coaxial metal cylindric...
 2.44P: Suppose the plates of a parallelplate capacitor move closer togeth...
 2.45P: Find the electric field at a height z above the center of a square ...
 2.46P: If the electric field in some region is given (in spherical coordin...
 2.47P: Find the net force that the southern hemisphere of a uniformly char...
 2.48P: ?An inverted hemispherical bowl of radius R carries a uniform surfa...
 2.49P: A sphere of radius R carries a charge density ?(r ) = kr (where k i...
 2.50P: The electric potential of some configuration is given by the expres...
 2.51P: Find the potential on the rim of a uniformly charged disk (radius R...
 2.52P: Two infinitely long wires running parallel to the x axis carry unif...
 2.53P: In a vacuum diode, electrons are “boiled” off a hot cathode, at pot...
 2.55P: Suppose an electric field E(x, y, z) has the formE x = ax, Ey = 0, ...
 2.56P: All of electrostatics follows from the 1/r 2 character of Coulomb’s...
 2.57P: We know ! that the charge on a conductor goes to the surface, but j...
 2.58P: A point charge q is at the center of an uncharged spherical conduct...
Solutions for Chapter 2: Electrostatics
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The solution to this problem is facilitated by the principle of superposition, which states that the interaction between any two charges is completely unaffected by the presence of others. This means that to determine the force on Q, we can first compute the force.
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