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Here is my q.

I have a conductor sphere moving at constant velocity trough a constant perpendicular magnetic field and i need to find the induced superficial charge distribution of the sphere under the Lorentz formalism..

i dont have any electromagnetic theory books at hand and i took the electromagnetic theory course a while back, so im kind of clueless here...

any help will be apretiated... thx

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# Homework Help: Induced superficial charge distribution of a sphere

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