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However, itisoftensimpler to deal with

position, and then to derive the vector quantities at the end if necessary (see

below). 1.5 Another Equation of Electrostatics and the

equation ...

However, itisoftensimpler to deal with

**scalar**rather than vector functions ofposition, and then to derive the vector quantities at the end if necessary (see

below). 1.5 Another Equation of Electrostatics and the

**Scalar**Potential The singleequation ...

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1.3 In (1.15) the electric field (a vector) is derived from a

operation. Since one function of position is easier to deal with than three, it is

worth while concentrating on the

Consequently ...

1.3 In (1.15) the electric field (a vector) is derived from a

**scalar**by the gradientoperation. Since one function of position is easier to deal with than three, it is

worth while concentrating on the

**scalar**function and giving it a name.Consequently ...

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In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the spherical harmonic expansion of the

property with respect to an origin of coordinates. Not only was it useful in

handling ...

In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the spherical harmonic expansion of the

**scalar**potential was used extensively for problems possessing some symmetryproperty with respect to an origin of coordinates. Not only was it useful in

handling ...

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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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