 4.1P: A hydrogen atom (with the Bohr radius of half an angstrom) is situa...
 4.2P: According to quantum mechanics, the electron cloud for a hydrogen a...
 4.3P: According to Eq. 4.1, the induced dipole moment of an atom is propo...
 4.4P: ?A point charge \(q\) is situated a large distance \(r\) from a neu...
 4.5P: In Fig. 4.6, p1 and p2 are (perfect) dipoles a distance r apart. Wh...
 4.6P: A (perfect) dipole p is situated a distance z above an infinite gro...
 4.7P: Show that the energy of an ideal dipole p in an electric field E is...
 4.8P: Show that the interaction energy of two dipoles separated by a disp...
 4.9P: ?A dipole \(\mathbf{p}\) is a distance \(\mathbf{r}\) from a point ...
 4.10P: A sphere of radius R carries a polarizationP ( r ) = kr,where k is ...
 4.11P: A short cylinder, of radius a and length L, carries a “frozenin” u...
 4.12P: Calculate the potential of a uniformly polarized sphere (Ex. 4.2) d...
 4.13P: A very long cylinder, of radius a, carries a uniform polarization P...
 4.14P: When you polarize a neutral dielectric, the charge moves a bit, but...
 4.15P: A thick spherical shell (inner radius a, outer radius b) is made of...
 4.16P: Suppose the field inside a large piece of dielectric is E0, so that...
 4.17P: For the bar electret of Prob. 4.11, make three careful sketches: on...
 4.18P: The space between the plates of a parallelplate capacitor (Fig. 4....
 4.19P: Suppose you have enough linear dielectric material, of dielectric c...
 4.20P: A sphere of linear dielectric material has embedded in it a uniform...
 4.21P: ?A certain coaxial cable consists of a copper wire, radius a, surro...
 4.22P: A very long cylinder of linear dielectric material is placed in an ...
 4.23P: Find the field inside a sphere of linear dielectric material in an ...
 4.24P: An uncharged conducting sphere of radius a is coated with a thick i...
 4.25P: Suppose the region above the x y plane in Ex. 4.8 is also filled wi...
 4.26P: A spherical conductor, of radius a, carries a charge Q (Fig. 4.29)....
 4.27P: Calculate W, using both Eq. 4.55 and Eq. 4.58, for a sphere of radi...
 4.28P: Two long coaxial cylindrical metal tubes (inner radius a, outer rad...
 4.29P: (a) For the configuration in Prob. 4.5, calculate the force on p2 d...
 4.30P: An electric dipole p, pointing in the y direction, is placed midway...
 4.33P: A dielectric cube of side a, centered at the origin, carries a “fro...
 4.34P: The space between the plates of a parallelplate capacitor is fille...
 4.35P: A point charge q is imbedded at the center of a sphere of linear di...
 4.36P: At the interface between one linear dielectric and another, the ele...
 4.37P: A point dipole p is imbedded at the center of a sphere of linear di...
 4.38P: Prove the following uniqueness theorem: A volume V contains a speci...
 4.39P: A conducting sphere at potential V0 is half embedded in linear diel...
 4.40P: According to Eq. 4.5, the force on a single dipole is (p · ?)E, so ...
 4.41P: In a linear dielectric, the polarization is proportional to the fie...
 4.42P: Check the ClausiusMossotti relation (Eq. 4.72) for the gases liste...
 4.43P: The ClausiusMossotti equation (Prob. 4.41) tells you how to calcul...
Solutions for Chapter 4: Electric Fields in Matter
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In this chapter, we shall study electric fields in matter. Matter, of course, comes in many varietiessolids, liquids, gases, metals, woods, glassesand these substances do not all respond in the same way to electrostatic fields.
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