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We have

order to illustrate the complications of mixed boundary conditions. For this

particular example, the mixed boundary conditions can be avoided by separating

...

We have

**discussed**the charged conducting disc in cylindrical coordinates inorder to illustrate the complications of mixed boundary conditions. For this

particular example, the mixed boundary conditions can be avoided by separating

...

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REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING The conservation laws for the

energy and momentum of electromagnetic fields are

textbooks. A good treatment of the energy of quasi-stationary currents and forces

acting ...

REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING The conservation laws for the

energy and momentum of electromagnetic fields are

**discussed**in almost alltextbooks. A good treatment of the energy of quasi-stationary currents and forces

acting ...

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In Chapters 7 and 8 we have

and their propagation in both bounded and unbounded geometries. But nothing

has been said about how to produce these waves. In the present chapter we ...

In Chapters 7 and 8 we have

**discussed**the properties of electromagnetic wavesand their propagation in both bounded and unbounded geometries. But nothing

has been said about how to produce these waves. In the present chapter we ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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