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Assuming that you have a metallic sphere that is in an electric field $E=(E_r,E_\theta,E_\phi)^T$, $E_r,E_\theta=0$ and $E_\phi$ is some constant. Now I was wondering what the dipole moment in the sphere would be that is induced by this electric field?

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