By Francis E. Low
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4. 5. 2, where the cylindrical distribution runs from z = -I, to z = 12. Hint: The final azimuthal integral can be done by going to thc complex plane. Let z = P . 6. Prove that a conductor is an electrostatic shield. That is, show that the (static) field inside an empty hollow conductor is zero. 7. 6 it follows that a conductor inside a charged conducting shield will not become charged even if put in electrical contact with the outer conductor. , on the inverse square law. For a slightly different force law, the inner conductor will normally become charged when connected to a charged outer conductor.
Three-dimensional cylinders), one looks For a function LV = J ' ( z ) such that the Chapter 1 Problems 41 cylinders are lines of constant u . The potential problem is thus automatically solved. Show then that the charge density on the conductor is 1 / 4 n d d d l , where dl is the length variable along the conductor. To illustrate this technique, consider the function defined to be the positive square root for x > 0 when y approaches zero from above and analytic in the cut plane (cut from y = 0, x = 0 to y = 0, x = =).
We bring charge S Q , up to the ith conductor. 5. 2) Q~. ,I I 2. 3) giving so that (since Ql, SQl are arbitrary) and the matrix p is symmetric. We have not considered a charge density p(r) here. Clearly, one would take such a charge density into account by first solving the problem of all neutral conductors with the given charge density p . 5) i with the p,, the same as before. +, - 4f is the potential produced on the conductor by the charges Q, alone. 1), we may solve for the Q's as functions of the 4's.
Classical Field Theory by Francis E. Low