 7.1P: Two concentric metal spherical shells, of radius a and b, respectiv...
 7.2P: A capacitor C has been charged up to potential V0; at time t = 0, i...
 7.3P: (a) Two metal objects are embedded in weakly conducting material of...
 7.4P: Suppose the conductivity of the material separating the cylinders i...
 7.5P: A battery of emf ? and internal resistance r is hooked up to a vari...
 7.6P: A rectangular loop of wire is situated so that one end (height h) i...
 7.7P: Ametal bar of mass m slides frictionlessly on two parallel conducti...
 7.9P: An infinite number of different surfaces can be fit to a given boun...
 7.10P: A square loop (side a) is mounted on a vertical shaft and rotated a...
 7.11P: A square loop is cut out of a thick sheet of aluminum. It is then p...
 7.12P: A long solenoid, of radius a, is driven by an alternating current, ...
 7.13P: A square loop of wire, with sides of length a, lies in the first qu...
 7.14P: As a lecture demonstration a short cylindrical bar magnet is droppe...
 7.15P: long solenoid with radius a and n turns per unit length carries a t...
 7.16P: An alternating current I = I0 cos (?t) flows down a long straight w...
 7.17P: A long solenoid of radius a, carrying n turns per unit length, is l...
 7.18P: A square loop, side a, resistance R, lies a distance s from an infi...
 7.19P: A toroidal coil has a rectangular cross section, with inner radius ...
 7.20P: Imagine a uniform magnetic field, pointing in the z direction and f...
 7.22P: A small loop of wire (radius a) is held a distance z above the cent...
 7.23P: A square loop of wire, of side a, lies midway between two long wire...
 7.24P: Find the selfinductance per unit length of a long solenoid, of rad...
 7.25P: Try to compute the selfinductance of the “hairpin” loop shown in F...
 7.26P: An alternating current I (t) = I0 cos(?t) (amplitude 0.5 A, frequen...
 7.27P: A capacitor C is charged up to a voltage V and connected to an indu...
 7.28P: Find the energy stored in a section of length l of a long solenoid ...
 7.29P: Calculate the energy stored in the toroidal coil of Ex. 7.11, by ap...
 7.30P: A long cable carries current in one direction uniformly distributed...
 7.31P: Suppose the circuit in Fig. 7.41 has been connected for a long time...
 7.32P: Two tiny wire loops, with areas a1 and a2, are situated a displacem...
 7.34P: A fat wire, radius a, carries a constant current I , uniformly dist...
 7.36P: Refer to Prob. 7.16, to which the correct answer was (a) Find the d...
 7.35P: The preceding problem was an artificial model for the charging capa...
 7.37P: Suppose (The theta function is defined in Prob. 1.46b). Show that t...
 7.38P: Assuming that “Coulomb’s law” for magnetic charges (qm) reads work ...
 7.39P: Suppose a magnetic monopole qm passes through a resistanceless loop...
 7.40P: Sea water at frequency
 7.41P: Two long, straight copper pipes, each of radius a, are held a dista...
 7.42P: A rare case in which the electrostatic field E for a circuit can ac...
 7.43P: The magnetic field outside a long straight wire carrying a steady c...
 7.44P: In a perfect conductor, the conductivity is infinite, so E = 0 (Eq....
 7.45P: A familiar demonstration of superconductivity (Prob. 7.44) is the l...
 7.46P: If a magnetic dipole levitating above an infinite superconducting p...
 7.47P: A perfectly conducting spherical shell of radius a rotates about th...
 7.48P: Refer to Prob. 7.11 (and use the result of Prob. 5.42): How long do...
 7.49P: (a) Referring to Prob. 5.52(a) and Eq. 7.18, show that for Faraday...
 7.50P: Electrons undergoing cyclotron motion can be sped up by increasing ...
 7.51P: An infinite wire carrying a constant current I in the direction is ...
 7.52P: An atomic electron (charge q) circles about the nucleus (charge Q) ...
 7.53P: The current in a long solenoid is increasing linearly with time, so...
 7.54P: A circular wire loop (radius r , resistance R) encloses a region of...
 7.55P: In the discussion of motional emf (Sect. 7.1.3) I assumed that the ...
 7.56P: (a) Use the Neumann formula (Eq. 7.23) to calculate the mutual indu...
 7.57P: Two coils are wrapped around a cylindrical form in such a way that ...
 7.58P: A transformer (Prob. 7.57) takes an input AC voltage of amplitude V...
 7.60P: Suppose J(r) is constant in time but ?(r, t) is not—conditions that...
 7.61P: The magnetic field of an infinite straight wire carrying a steady c...
 7.62P: A certain transmission line is constructed from two thin metal “rib...
 7.63P: Prove Alfven’s theorem: In a perfectly conducting fluid (say, a gas...
 7.64P: (a) Show that Maxwell’s equations with magnetic charge (Eq. 7.44) a...
Solutions for Chapter 7: Electrodynamics
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Solutions for Chapter 7: Electrodynamics
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To make a current flow, you have to push on the charges. How fast they move, in response to a given push, depends on the nature of the material.
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