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This is exactly the electrostatic

magnetic induction Bom is smaller in magnitude than Em by a factor kr . Hence ,

in the near zone , the magnetic induction of an electric

This is exactly the electrostatic

**multipole**field of Section 4.1 . We note that themagnetic induction Bom is smaller in magnitude than Em by a factor kr . Hence ,

in the near zone , the magnetic induction of an electric

**multipole**is always much ...Page 550

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. a certain parity ( even or odd )

for a

parity , since the curl operation changes parity . Then , because v is a polar vector

with ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. a certain parity ( even or odd )

for a

**multipole**transition , then the corresponding Alm will have the oppositeparity , since the curl operation changes parity . Then , because v is a polar vector

with ...

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The moment lim is seen to be the same in form as the electrostatic

moment qım ( 4.3 ) . The moment lim ' is an induced electric

due to the magnetization . It is generally at least a factor kr smaller than the

normal ...

The moment lim is seen to be the same in form as the electrostatic

**multipole**moment qım ( 4.3 ) . The moment lim ' is an induced electric

**multipole**momentdue to the magnetization . It is generally at least a factor kr smaller than the

normal ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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