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A) In terms of I, what is the current density in the region b < r < a? (b) Use the symmetry of the configuration and the integral form of Amp`ere’s law to deduce H in the regions 0 < r < b and b < r < a. (c) Express H in each region in Cartesian coordinates. (d) Now, consider the evaluation of the left-hand side of (1) for a contour C that encloses a square surface S having sides of length 2c and the z axis as a perpendicular. That is, C lies√in a constant z plane and has sides x = ±c and y = ±c with c < a/ 2).

The Field of a Pair of Equal and Opposite Infinite Planar Charge Densities Consider the field produced by a surface charge density +σo occupying all the x − y plane at z = s/2 and an opposite surface charge density −σo at z = −s/2. First, the field must be z directed. Indeed there cannot be a component of E transverse to the z axis, because rotation of the system around the z axis leaves the same source distribution while rotating that component of E. Hence, no such component exists. 18 Maxwell’s Integral Laws in Free Space Chapter 1 Fig.

Thus, in the experiment shown in Fig. 5, the charge is transported to the interior of a metal sphere through a hole in its top. This sphere is grounded through a resistance R and also surrounded by a grounded shield. This resistance is made low enough so that there is essentially no electric field in the region between the spherical electrode, and the surrounding shield. As a result, there is negligible charge on the outside of the electrode and the net charge on the spherical electrode is just that inside, namely −q.

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