Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 11
Due Monday 11/22/10 in lecture
Homework 11
Relativistic Electrodynamics
Ex. 11.1: Force between two moving charges
Two particles, P1 and P2, with identical charge q are moving parallel to each other in the x-direction with identi
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Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 6
Due Monday 10/18/10 in lecture
Homework 6
Electromagnetic Waves
Ex. 6.1 Superpositions of waves
Heald & Marion ex. 5-7
Ex. 6.2 Product Theorem for time-dependent elds
Heald & Marion ex 5-6
Ex. 6.3 Shielding at low frequencies
Heal
Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 7
Due Wednesday 10/27/10 in lecture
Homework 7
Reection and Refraction
Ex. 3.1: Frustrated total internal reection
a) A light ray undergoes total internal reection in a prism at an angle of incidence of /4, see the left panel of the
Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 8
Due Wednesday 11/3/10 in lecture
Homework 8
Wave Guides
Ex 8.1: Electromagnetic wave incident on conductor
An electromagnetic wave of frequency , moving in a medium with dielectric constant and magnetic permeability = 1, is incide
Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 9
Due Wednesday 11/10/10 in lecture
Homework 9
Wave Guides (2)
Ex. 9.1: Dielectrics in Capacitors (Conceptual)
Make careful sketches of the D and E elds for a charged capacitor with a wedge of dielectric with permittivity inserted,
Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 10
Due Wednesday 11/17/10 in lecture
Homework 10
Retarded Potentials and Fields Radiation and Antennas
Ex. 10.1: Lienard-Wiechert Potentials
In class professor Cohen wrote down the formulas for the scalar and vector potentials. Work
Phys 3327 Fall 10
HW 1
Due Wednesday 9/8/10 in lecture
Homework 1
Static Electric and Magnetic Fields
Ex 1.1: Capacitor
Two large parallel conducting plates a distance d apart are charged with a surface charge density s , see the gure (left panel).
a) Wha
Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 2
Due Monday 9/13/10 in lecture
Homework 2
Mostly about Electric and Magnetic Multipoles
Ex 2.1: Particle moving in Magnetic Field
Heald & Marion, ex. 1-30.
Ex 2.2: Higher-order Multipole Moments
a) The denition of the dipole moment
Phys 3327 Fall 10
HW 4
Due Wednesday 9/29/10 in lecture
Homework 4
Laplace Equation (2)
Ex. 4.1: Depolarizing Factor
Consider an innitely long dielectric cylinder of radius a and dielectric constant . The cylinder is placed in an electric eld E0 directed
Phys 3327 Fall 2010
HW 5
Due Wednesday 10/6/10 in lecture
Homework 5
Dynamic Electromagnetism
Ex. 5.1: Capacitor
Consider a parallel-plate capacitor consisting of two large parallel perfectly conducting discs a distance d apart and separated by a vacuum.