Homework Statement
Griffiths was trying to prove that when calculating the electric field inside a dielectric, we may assume the dipoles induced in it are "pure" dipoles, although they are in fact "physical" dipoles, as long as we view the field as a macroscopic field, one that is averaged over...
Homework Statement
A dielectric sphere radius R is injected with free charge so that the resultant polarization can be described by ## \vec P = \frac{K}{r} \hat r_1## where ##\hat r_1## is the unit radial vector.
a) Calculate the volume and the surface density of bound charge
b) Calculate the...