 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 li...
 2.4P: Find the electric field a distance z above the center of a square l...
 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 s...
 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 surfac...
 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: Introduction to Electrodynamics 4th Edition
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