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John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. If the point x is on the z

right-hand side reduces to (3.38), while the left-hand side becomes : 1 1 1 |x - x'| (

r2 + r'2 - 2rr' cos y)* Expanding (3.43), we find ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. If the point x is on the z

**axis**, theright-hand side reduces to (3.38), while the left-hand side becomes : 1 1 1 |x - x'| (

r2 + r'2 - 2rr' cos y)* Expanding (3.43), we find ...

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(b) For a long solenoid of length L and radius a show that near the

the center of the solenoid the magnetic induction is mainly parallel to the

has a small radial component ^ correct to order a2//.2, and for z <^ L, p < a.

(b) For a long solenoid of length L and radius a show that near the

**axis**and nearthe center of the solenoid the magnetic induction is mainly parallel to the

**axis**, buthas a small radial component ^ correct to order a2//.2, and for z <^ L, p < a.

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(c) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the

has components B, =* -^— , B, ca - C 4 5.3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a has

a hole of radius b bored parallel to, and centered a distance d from, the cylinder ...

(c) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the

**axis**has components B, =* -^— , B, ca - C 4 5.3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a has

a hole of radius b bored parallel to, and centered a distance d from, the cylinder ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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