**Problem 3** [20 points]
Consider, as a classical model of an electron, a uniformly charged spherical shell
with charge e and radius R, spinning with angular velocity ω.

a) Compute the total energy contained in the electromagnetic fields.

b) Compute the total angular momentum contained in the electromagnetic fields.
If Π is the electromagnetic momentum density, then **r**×Π is the angular momentum density.

c) According to Einstein, the rest energy of a particle is related to its rest mass by E=mc^{2}. If one assumes that all the rest mass m is due to the energy
of the electron's electromagnetic field computed in (a), compute the radius R of the electron.

d) Assuming that the total angular momentum computed in (b) is equal to the intrinsic angular momentum of the electron, ℏ/2, compute the angular velocity
ω of the electron.

e) Are your results in (c) and (d) physically reasonable for the electron?