The Review on The Charge Distribution on The Conductor Surface
In this paper we have a full review on the surface charge density at disordered conductor surfaces. Basically, reading text books does not resolve ambiguities in this field. As far as is possible, we have tried to the concepts easier to turn. In fact we will answer two questions. One of them is that why do charges tend to go where the curvature is greater? And another, why is surface charge density greater where a surface is more curved?
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