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2.10 Separation of variables in rectangular

suggested reading , 50 . Problems , 51 . 54 chapter 3. Boundary - Value

Problems in Electrostatics , II 3.1 Laplace's equation in spherical

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2.10 Separation of variables in rectangular

**coordinates**, 47 . References andsuggested reading , 50 . Problems , 51 . 54 chapter 3. Boundary - Value

Problems in Electrostatics , II 3.1 Laplace's equation in spherical

**coordinates**, 54.

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Cylindrical

waves in , 241 Damping , of magnetohydrodynamic waves , 333 of oscillations in

cavity , 255 of plasma oscillations , 340 see also Radiative reaction Darwin ...

Cylindrical

**coordinates**, Laplace's equation in , 69 separation of variables in , 69waves in , 241 Damping , of magnetohydrodynamic waves , 333 of oscillations in

cavity , 255 of plasma oscillations , 340 see also Radiative reaction Darwin ...

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Lifetime , of multipole transitions , 558 Ives - Stilwell experiment , 364 of pi

mesons in motion , 359 Light cone , 370 Jacobian , in Lorentz transformation of

Linear superposition , of electric fields , 3

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Lifetime , of multipole transitions , 558 Ives - Stilwell experiment , 364 of pi

mesons in motion , 359 Light cone , 370 Jacobian , in Lorentz transformation of

Linear superposition , of electric fields , 3

**coordinates**, 376 of plane waves , 203 ,208 in ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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