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1.8 Green's

or continuous distributions of charge with no boundary surfaces, the general

solution (T.17) would be the most convenient and straighfforward solution tojrw~

...

1.8 Green's

**Theorem**If electrostatic problems always involved localized discreteor continuous distributions of charge with no boundary surfaces, the general

solution (T.17) would be the most convenient and straighfforward solution tojrw~

...

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1.9 Prove the mean value

electrostatic potential at any point is equal to the average of the potential over the

surface of any sphere centered on that point. 1.10 Use Gauss's

that ...

1.9 Prove the mean value

**theorem**: For charge-free space the value of theelectrostatic potential at any point is equal to the average of the potential over the

surface of any sphere centered on that point. 1.10 Use Gauss's

**theorem**to provethat ...

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As a final remark concerning the macroscopic field equations we discuss the

differences between the microscopic and macroscopic forms of Poynting's

macroscopic form ...

As a final remark concerning the macroscopic field equations we discuss the

differences between the microscopic and macroscopic forms of Poynting's

**theorem**. We derived the conservation of energy in Section 6.8 in themacroscopic form ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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