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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 e F * HvVv ( 12.1 ) where v , = ( v , ic ) , and Fru 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 e F * HvVv ( 12.1 ) where v , = ( v , ic ) , and Fru is interpreted as

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

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

... particle's guiding center is curvature of the lines of force . Consider the

twodimensional field shown in Fig . 12.7 . It is locally independent of z . On the left

- hand

the ...

... particle's guiding center is curvature of the lines of force . Consider the

twodimensional field shown in Fig . 12.7 . It is locally independent of z . On the left

- hand

**side**of the figure is a constant , uniform magnetic induction Bo , parallel tothe ...

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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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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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