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A. #4. (3.59) 1 = 0 Alo = |## 1 s dOP (cos 0)g(0, b) (3.60) All terms in the series

with m # 0 vanish at 0 = 0. The general solution for a boundary-value problem in

of ...

A. #4. (3.59) 1 = 0 Alo = |## 1 s dOP (cos 0)g(0, b) (3.60) All terms in the series

with m # 0 vanish at 0 = 0. The general solution for a boundary-value problem in

**spherical**coordinates can be written in terms of**spherical**harmonics and powersof ...

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In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the

scalar potential was used extensively for problems possessing some symmetry

property with respect to an origin of coordinates. Not only was it useful in

handling ...

In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the

**spherical**harmonic expansion of thescalar potential was used extensively for problems possessing some symmetry

property with respect to an origin of coordinates. Not only was it useful in

handling ...

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Stokes's theorem, 9 Stored energy in resonant cavity, 256 Stress,. Scattering

cross section, for radiation, resonant, 604 Scattering of particles, by atoms, 451 f.

effect of ...

**Spherical**vector waves, 543 f.**Spherical**wave expansion, of E and B, 546Stokes's theorem, 9 Stored energy in resonant cavity, 256 Stress,. Scattering

cross section, for radiation, resonant, 604 Scattering of particles, by atoms, 451 f.

effect of ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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