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(b) Sketch the energy density of the

of the appropriate linear coordinate. Calculate the attractive force between

conductors in the parallel plate capacitor (Problem 1.5a) and the parallel cylinder

...

(b) Sketch the energy density of the

**electrostatic**field in each case as a functionof the appropriate linear coordinate. Calculate the attractive force between

conductors in the parallel plate capacitor (Problem 1.5a) and the parallel cylinder

...

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The magnetic equivalent of (4.86) where the

terms of charge density and potential, can be obtained from (6.12) by assuming a

linear relation between J and A. Then we find the magnetic energy to be = + ...

The magnetic equivalent of (4.86) where the

**electrostatic**energy is expressed interms of charge density and potential, can be obtained from (6.12) by assuming a

linear relation between J and A. Then we find the magnetic energy to be = + ...

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... 463 Multipole,

101

magnetostatic, 145 radiating, near, induction, and radiation zones, 270 time-

varying ...

... 463 Multipole,

**electrostatic**, 98**electrostatic**, expansion of interaction energy in,101

**electrostatic**, expansion of potential in, 98**electrostatic**, rectangular, 100magnetostatic, 145 radiating, near, induction, and radiation zones, 270 time-

varying ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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