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We wish to treat that motion as a zero-order approximation to the motion of the

particle in the field shown on the righthand

force are curved with a local radius of curvature R which is large compared to a.

We wish to treat that motion as a zero-order approximation to the motion of the

particle in the field shown on the righthand

**side**of the figure, where the lines offorce are curved with a local radius of curvature R which is large compared to a.

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

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

product of both

**sides**with a typical Xi, and integrate over all angles. All the terms...

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We let |x"|→ 00 on both

the left-hand

= r^ and r- = r. Furthermore we can use the asymptotic form (16.13) for h;”(kr').

We let |x"|→ 00 on both

**sides**of (16.22). Then we can put |x — x"| cr' — n - x onthe left-hand

**side**, where n is a unit vector in the direction of x'. On the right**side**r= r^ and r- = r. Furthermore we can use the asymptotic form (16.13) for h;”(kr').

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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