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2.8 Conducting sphere with hemispheres at different potentials, 42. 2.9

Orthogonal functions and expansions, 44. 2.10 Separation of variables in

rectangular

1 . chapter 3.

2.8 Conducting sphere with hemispheres at different potentials, 42. 2.9

Orthogonal functions and expansions, 44. 2.10 Separation of variables in

rectangular

**coordinates**, 47. References and suggested reading, 50. Problems, 51 . chapter 3.

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Substituting (3.62) for Pj(cos y) into (3.41) we obtain 1 rj • < v* //) ' J'\v fa J.\ fy T/YV

2 WT Ti ~ 1=0 m=-l T > Equation (3.70) gives the potential in a completely

factorized form in the

Substituting (3.62) for Pj(cos y) into (3.41) we obtain 1 rj • < v* //) ' J'\v fa J.\ fy T/YV

2 WT Ti ~ 1=0 m=-l T > Equation (3.70) gives the potential in a completely

factorized form in the

**coordinates**x and x'. This is useful in any integrations ...Page 632

Ives-Stilwell experiment, 364 Jacobian, in Lorentz transformation of

376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics, relativistic, 394 f. Kirchhoff

diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of, ...

Ives-Stilwell experiment, 364 Jacobian, in Lorentz transformation of

**coordinates**,376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics, relativistic, 394 f. Kirchhoff

diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of, ...

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