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3123 ASSIGNMENT PHYS #5 SPRING 2001 1. Do problem 7.2 in Griffiths. 2. The space between two concentric metal spherical shells is filled with a weakly conducting material of conductivity . The larger shell has radius b; the smaller has radius a. The shells are maintained at a potential difference V, with the smaller sphere at higher potential. a. Calculate the current which flows from one sphere to the other....

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3123 ASSIGNMENT PHYS #5 SPRING 2001 1. Do problem 7.2 in Griffiths. 2. The space between two concentric metal spherical shells is filled with a weakly conducting material of conductivity . The larger shell has radius b; the smaller has radius a. The shells are maintained at a potential difference V, with the smaller sphere at higher potential. a. Calculate the current which flows from one sphere to the other. b. the Find resistance between the shells. 3. Do problem 7.8 in Griffiths. 4. A square loop of wire lies with one corner at the origin, and two sides along the positive x- and positive y-axes, respectively. Suppose there is a spatially non-uniform time-de...

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