Electromagnetic TheoryScalar and Vector Potentials (CSIR (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research) Physical Sciences): Questions 1  5 of 10
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Question number: 1
» Electromagnetic Theory » Scalar and Vector Potentials
Appeared in Year: 2013
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If the electric and magnetic field are unchanged when the vector potential changes (in suitable units) according to , where then the scalar potential must simultaneously change to – (June)
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Question number: 2
» Electromagnetic Theory » Scalar and Vector Potentials
Appeared in Year: 2012
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The magnetic field corresponding to the vector potential where is a constant vector, is – (June)
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Question number: 3
» Electromagnetic Theory » Scalar and Vector Potentials
Appeared in Year: 2014
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A scalar and vector potential and are determine up to a gauge transformation and , where is an arbitrary continuous and differential function of and . If we further impose the Lorenz gauge condition,
Then a possible choice for the gauge function is – (Where are nonzero constants with ) (December)
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Question number: 4
» Electromagnetic Theory » Scalar and Vector Potentials
Appeared in Year: 2011
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For constant uniform electric and magnetic fields and , it is possible to choose a gauge such that the scalar potential and vector potential are given by,  (June)
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Question number: 5
» Electromagnetic Theory » Scalar and Vector Potentials
Appeared in Year: 2013
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The components of a vector potential are given by,
Where k is constant. The three components of the electric field are – (June – 2013)
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