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By Vladimir V. Mitin, Dmitry I. Sementsov

Modern expertise is swiftly constructing and as a result destiny engineers have to collect complex wisdom in technology and know-how, together with electromagnetic phenomena. This publication is a latest textual content of a one-semester direction for junior electric engineering scholars. It covers a vast spectrum of electromagnetic phenomena corresponding to, floor waves, plasmas, photonic crystals, unfavorable refraction in addition to similar fabrics together with superconductors. moreover, the textual content brings jointly electromagnetism and optics because the majority of texts talk about electromagnetism disconnected from optics. by contrast, during this e-book either are mentioned. Seven labs were built to accompany the fabric of the booklet.

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The nonpolar molecule dipole moment is proportional to the electric field at the location of the molecule, that is, p = ε0αE, where α is the polarizability of the molecule. 4 Two metal spheres of radii R1 and R2 have charges Q1 and Q2 and they are located in vacuum. Find the energy U that will be released if the spheres are connected by a thin conductor. 16). 15 Electric field of a circular charged ring of R. 16 Interaction of charged sphere with an electric dipole. Determine the energy of the electric field inside and outside the sphere, if the electric field in the sphere and that outside of the sphere are E(r)={ keQr2,r≥R,keQR2⋅rR,r≤R.

7) where α is an angle between vectors dl and r. Superposing is provided through integration over the conductor: B=km∫(l)Idl×rr3. 9) where Vol is the conductor volume, in which current flows. In general, it is difficult to determine B from these equations. However, if current distribution exhibits certain symmetry, one can easily calculate B by applying the Biot–Savart law in connection with the superposition. 2 A current I flows in a thin conducting ring of radius R. Determine the magnetic field vector at a point A located on the ring axis at a distance b from the ring center.

Consider the equipotential surfaces with the potentials φ1<φ2<φ3. According to the definition, the direction of vector grad φ is along the direction of the steepest change of φ. This direction coincides with the direction perpendicular to the equipotential surfaces from φ1 to φ3. 52, vector E at the same point is oppositely directed. Generalizing this result, one can say that at all points of a continuous surface orthogonal to the electric field lines, the electric field potential is the same (equipotential surface).

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