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Our discussion will be in terms of simple classical models of the

properties, although a proper treatment necessarily ... Before examining how the

detailed properties of the

make a ...

Our discussion will be in terms of simple classical models of the

**molecular**properties, although a proper treatment necessarily ... Before examining how the

detailed properties of the

**molecules**are related to the susceptibility we mustmake a ...

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John David Jackson. where sP is the contribution of

customary to consider the two parts separately by imagining a spherical surface

of ...

John David Jackson. where sP is the contribution of

**molecules**close to the given**molecule**, and (47r/3)P is the contribution of the more distant**molecules**. It iscustomary to consider the two parts separately by imagining a spherical surface

of ...

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For the atomic contribution we first consider a single

over

vector potential at x is given approximately by amo.(x) = m"-o. xjx-x,) (5 ?5) |x Xj\ ...

For the atomic contribution we first consider a single

**molecule**, and then averageover

**molecules**. The discussion proceeds ... For a**molecule**with center at x, thevector potential at x is given approximately by amo.(x) = m"-o. xjx-x,) (5 ?5) |x Xj\ ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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