## Electrodynamics of continuous mediaVolume 8. |

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By symmetry, the only constant vector on which the required solution can depend

is the external field if). We denote by /the spherically symmetrical solution, finite

for r = 0, of the

By symmetry, the only constant vector on which the required solution can depend

is the external field if). We denote by /the spherically symmetrical solution, finite

for r = 0, of the

**scalar**equation A/+A2/ = 0, namely /= (1/r) sin kr. Then the polar ...Page 329

The former does not alter the symmetry of the tensor em8tk, and the addition of it

amounts to a small correction in the

not result in optical anisotropy and is therefore of no interest. Thus we arrive at

the ...

The former does not alter the symmetry of the tensor em8tk, and the addition of it

amounts to a small correction in the

**scalar**constant e(0), which evidently doesnot result in optical anisotropy and is therefore of no interest. Thus we arrive at

the ...

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Rayleigh, in gases and liquids, 387ff.

385ff. Stokes, 377 symmetrical, 383 Self-inductance, 132 of linear circuits, 136ff.

of superconductors, 171 Shock waves in a magnetic fluid, 229ff. weak, 231 in ...

Rayleigh, in gases and liquids, 387ff.

**scalar**, 383 with small change in frequency,385ff. Stokes, 377 symmetrical, 383 Self-inductance, 132 of linear circuits, 136ff.

of superconductors, 171 Shock waves in a magnetic fluid, 229ff. weak, 231 in ...

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### Contents

ELECTROSTATICS OF CONDUCTORS 1 The electrostatic field of conductors | 1 |

2 The energy of the electrostatic field of conductors | 3 |

3 Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

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