 10.1P: Show that the differential equations for V and A (Eqs. 10.4 and 10....
 10.2P: For the configuration in Ex. 10.1, consider a rectangular box of le...
 10.3P: (a) Find the fields, and the charge and current distributions, corr...
 10.4P: Suppose V = 0 and where A0, ?, and k are constants. Find E and B, a...
 10.5P: Which of the potentials in Ex. 10.1, Prob. 10.3, and Prob. 10.4 are...
 10.6P: In Chapter 5, I showed that it is always possible to pick a vector ...
 10.7P: A timedependent point charge q(t) at the origin, is fed by a curre...
 10.8P: The vector potential for a uniform magnetostatic field is (r×B) (Pr...
 10.9P: Derive Eq. 10.23. [Hint: Start by dotting v into Eq. 10.17.]Referen...
 10.10P: Confirm that the retarded potentials satisfy the Lorenz gauge condi...
 10.11P: (a) Suppose the wire in Ex. 10.2 carries a linearly increasing curr...
 10.12P: A piece of wire bent into a loop, as shown in Fig. 10.5, carries a ...
 10.13P: Suppose J(r) is constant in time, so (Prob. 7.60) ?(r, t) = ?(r, 0)...
 10.14P: Suppose the current density changes slowly enough that we can (to g...
 10.15P: A particle of charge q moves in a circle of radius a at constant an...
 10.16P: Show that the scalar potential of a point charge moving with consta...
 10.17P: I showed that at most one point on the particle trajectory communic...
 10.18P: Determine the LiénardWiechert potentials for a charge in hyperboli...
 10.19P: Derive Eq. 10.70. First show that Equation 10.70
 10.20P: Suppose a point charge q is constrained to move along the x axis. S...
 10.21P: For a point charge moving at constant velocity, calculate the flux ...
 10.22P: (a) Use Eq. 10.75 to calculate the electric field a distance d from...
 10.23P: For the configuration in Prob. 10.15, find the electric and magneti...
 10.24P: Suppose you take a plastic ring of radius a and glue charge on it, ...
 10.25P: Figure 2.35 summarizes the laws of electrostatics in a “triangle di...
 10.27P: Check that the potentials of a point charge moving at constant velo...
 10.28P: One particle, of charge q1, is held at rest at the origin. Another ...
 10.31P: A particle of charge q is traveling at constant speed v along the x...
 10.32P: A particle of charge q1 is at rest at the origin. A second particle...
 10.33P: Develop the potential formulation for electrodynamics with magnetic...
 10.34P: Find the (Lorenz gauge) potentials and fields of a timedependent i...
Solutions for Chapter 10: Introduction to Electrodynamics 4th Edition
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