Eletromagnetismo 7. If it collapses to a drop of radius 1 mm, what is the change of its electrostatic energy? Solution: Noting that p is a function of only the radius r, we can take a concentric spherical surface of radius r as the Gaussian surface in accordance with the symmetry requirement. The charge dq on this area element will produce at the point P an electric field which is approximately that due to a uniformly charged infinite plate, namely, where n is a unit vector normal to ds in the outward direction. Hence, if we take E2p as the electric field at P due to all the charges on the spherical surface except the element ds, we must have Therefore, As P is close to ds, E2p may be considered as the field strength at ds due to the charges of the spherical surface.
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