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potential satisfies ...

**Equations**(1.13) and (1.16) can be combined into one partial differential**equation**for the single function O(x) : (1.28) This**equation**is ca\led-Poisson's**equation**. In regions of space where there is no charge density, the scalarpotential satisfies ...

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an independent

magnetic field, we suspect that there exist solutions of a purely electrostatic

nature, with B = 0.

an independent

**equation**, but may be derived by combining the last two**equations**in (10.91). Since the force**equation**in (10.91) is independent ofmagnetic field, we suspect that there exist solutions of a purely electrostatic

nature, with B = 0.

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The integrodifferential

mechanical

depends, not on the instantaneous value of the force acting, but on a weighted

time ...

The integrodifferential

**equation**of motion (17.50) differs from customarymechanical

**equations**of motion in that the acceleration of the particle at any timedepends, not on the instantaneous value of the force acting, but on a weighted

time ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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