Unformatted text preview: Interpret your solution as a superposition of an inﬁnite number of image charges. Hint: there will be a non-trivial sum to be evaluated. One of of doing it is to rewrite the sum as an integral with the help of δ functions and then using the Poisson summation formula. Or maybe there’s an easier way, I don’t know. Problem 3: One more sphere A point charge q is a distance b from the center of two concentric grounded conducting spheres of raddi a and c ( a < b < c ). Find the potential between the spheres....
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- Spring '11
- Work, Dirac delta function, Siméon Denis Poisson, Poisson summation formula