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For Internal Students of Royal Holloway

Answer QUESTION ONE and TWO other questions No credit will be given for attempting any further questions

O Royal Holloway and Bedford New College 1998

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1. ANSWER ONLY

You are advised not to spend more than 4 0 Minutes answering Question One

Define the terms in this equation. A charge +Q is placed at the point (R, 0,O) and a second charge -Q is placed a t the point (-R, 0,O). Calculate the electric field vector a t the point (0, R, 0). [4] (b) Define the capacitance C of an isolated conductor. Show that, when such a conductor is a t an electric potential V, its electrostatic energy is ;CV2. [41 (c) Amphe's circuital law is given by:

Define carefully the terms in this equation. Use this law t o derive the magnetic field at a distance R from a straight, infinitely long current-carrying wire. [41 (d) Discuss briefly what is meant by hysteresis in relation to ferromagnetic materials. Include in your discussion a labelled sketch of a hysteresis curve. [4] (e) What is meant by self inductance and mutual inductance? Explain briefly the relevance of these phenomena to the working of a transformer. [41 (f) A charged particle with charge g, mass m and initial velocity v is moving in a region with an electric field E . Describe the motion (without detailed proofs) for the cases when (i) v is parallel to E (ii) v is perpendicular to E. [41

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2. Define current density, J, conductivity a and electric field E. By considering the case of a cylindrical resistor of length L, cross-sectional area A and resistance R, show that Ohm's Law can be written in terms of these variables as: J = aE [G] Show carefully that the velocity v of a particle with charge q and mass m, moving under the influence of an electric field E within a solid satisfies the following differential equation:

where

Hence show that the d.c. conductivity of a solid conductor may be written as

[S]

An a.c. electric field E = Eoew' is now applied t o the conductor. Derive and sketch an expression for how the amplitude of the resulting a.c. current varies as a function of U . [3]

3. What is meant by an electric dipole moment p? Define the polarization P of a dielectric and discuss briefly its origins at an atomic level when an external electric field is present.

Explain qualitatively how and why the Maxwell equation in vacuum:

6,.

Derive the boundary conditions for E-fields perpendicular to the boundary between two dielectrics with relative permittivities c,, and 6,2. Derive a corresponding boundary condition for the parallel E-fields. Which of these boundary conditions would be affected by a uniform surface charge density on the boundary? [S] A small thin electrically neutral glass rod of length a, volume V and relative permittivity 6, is placed with its centre on the x-axis at X = D where D >> a and with its length along the x-axis. If a charge Q is fixed at the origin, calculate any force or torque acting on the rod. [ 3 1

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4. Show how Ampkre's circuital law leads directly to the time independent equation:

implies that the term r o & has ~ the properties of an electric current density and is called the "displacement current". By considering an imaginary surface which passes between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor and which closes on an imaginary loop around one of the wires to the capacitor, show that the displacement current is necessary to ensure a consistent treatment of the electric and magnetic fields in the vicinity of the capacitor while it is charging up. 1 6 1 Draw a sketch showing the electric and magnetic fields within the plates of the capacitor when it is being charged up by a continuous steady current. Label carefully the fields and their directions and indicate qualitatively how the fields vary with time and position. Ignore any edge effects. [ 6 1 Given that the vector E A B gives the flux of energy, what do your diagrams tell you about the flow of energy and the distribution of the energy stored in the capacitor during charging and discharging?

[a]

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PH2420A/PH242hPART MARKS

Define all the terms in this expression and explain the origin of the minus sign. Show carefully that Faraday's law leads to the Maxwell equation

[S]

[61

A uniform magnetic field B is set up in the z-direction where B varies linearly with time t according to:

where P is a constant and k is the unit vector in the r-direction. By considering the emf generated in a circular loop of wire of radius R lying in the xy-plane, show that the electric field vector a t any point (X,y, z) is given by:

Hence verify that the above Maxwell equation is satisfied in this case. END

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