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    Green's reciprocation theorem

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    Please see the attach file, The Green reciprocation theorem also attached. it take from " Classical Electrodynamic 3rd by Jackson"

    Two infinite grounded parallel conducting planes are separated by a distance d. A point charge q is placed between the planes. Use the reciprocation theorem of Green to prove that the total induced charge on one of the planes is equal to (-q) times the fractional perpendicular distance of the point charge from the other plane.

    (Hint: As your comparison electrostatic problem with the same surfaces choose one whose charge densities and potential are known and simple.)

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    Green Reciprocation theorem states that if is a potential due to some volume charge density in volume V and surface charge density on a conducting surface S bounding V, while is the potential due to a different charge densities and then
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    Our system is that of two parallel infinite conducting planes.

    The reciprocal system that we can use (since we know all about it) is that of a parallel plate capacitor with no charge between the plates.
    We hold the bottom plane at potential 0 while the top plane at potential V.
    We know that ...

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    The solution shows how to find a reciprocal system that when applied to the Green's reciprocal theorem simplifies our calculations dramatically.

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