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where H is the Hamiltonian. In the simple problem of a harmonically bound

electron with an applied field in the z direction, the Hamiltonian is H = + p" + "

odox” — eEz ...

**space**(p, q**space**) is proportional to the Boltzmann factor exp (-H/kT) (4.79)where H is the Hamiltonian. In the simple problem of a harmonically bound

electron with an applied field in the z direction, the Hamiltonian is H = + p" + "

odox” — eEz ...

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(c) Discuss the limiting forms of your solution appropriate for a solid dielectric

cylinder in a uniform field, and a cylindrical cavity in a uniform dielectric. A point

charge q is located in free

sphere of ...

(c) Discuss the limiting forms of your solution appropriate for a solid dielectric

cylinder in a uniform field, and a cylindrical cavity in a uniform dielectric. A point

charge q is located in free

**space**a distance d from the center of a dielectricsphere of ...

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The other components of f yield similar results, showing that (11.126) can be

written as f = | F.J., k = 1,2,3 (11.128) C The right-hand side of (11.128) is

evidently the

a 4-vector f.

The other components of f yield similar results, showing that (11.126) can be

written as f = | F.J., k = 1,2,3 (11.128) C The right-hand side of (11.128) is

evidently the

**space**components of a 4-vector. Hence f must be the**space**part ofa 4-vector f.

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