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In obtaining result (1.36) — not a solution — we chose the function y> to be l/|x —
x'|, it being the potential of a unit point charge, satisfying the equation: , , V'2 I — I
= -477<5(x - x') (1.31) \|x-x'|/ The function l/|x — x'| is only one of a class of ...
To see that potentials can always be found to satisfy the Lorentz condition,
suppose that the potentials A, O which satisfy (6.32) and (6.33) do not satisfy (
6.36). Then let us make a gauge transformation to potentials A', <!>' and demand
that A', ...
Then <It> = 0, and A satisfies the homogeneous wave equation. ... Since the time
is involved, the Green's function will depend on the variables (x, x', /, t'), and will
satisfy the equation, ; x', r'> = -^ 6(x ~ x/) *' ~ r'> (6.55) Then in infinite space with ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
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