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The dimensions of the hole are assumed to be very small compared to a

wavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are assumed to exist on one

of the sheet. The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other

the ...

The dimensions of the hole are assumed to be very small compared to a

wavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are assumed to exist on one

**side**of the sheet. The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other

**side**ofthe ...

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If the total charge is e and the velocity of the particle is v, then the volume integral

of (11. 129) is <d3x = e-Fllvvv (12.1) c where v, = (v, /c), and F^, is interpreted as

the average field acting on the particle. The left-hand

If the total charge is e and the velocity of the particle is v, then the volume integral

of (11. 129) is <d3x = e-Fllvvv (12.1) c where v, = (v, /c), and F^, is interpreted as

the average field acting on the particle. The left-hand

**side**of (12.1) is now to be ...Page 555

To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function fim(r) inside

the source, we substitute (16.82) into the first equation of (16.80), take the scalar

product of both

To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function fim(r) inside

the source, we substitute (16.82) into the first equation of (16.80), take the scalar

product of both

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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