 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 neutral atom...
 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: dipole p is a distance r from a point charge q, and oriented so tha...
 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, surrou...
 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...
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