## Classical theory of electricity and magnetism: a course of lectures |

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r' with some specific

' have a reciprocal role. It gives as well the potential at r' due to a unit charge at r

subject to the same

r' with some specific

**boundary condition**. (Notc that in the Green's function, r and r' have a reciprocal role. It gives as well the potential at r' due to a unit charge at r

subject to the same

**boundary condition**.) Now consider Green's formula J ...Page 128

Hence excepting that, all other conclusions would hold quite generally

irrespective of the nature of the wave. We now use the specific

'; i (k -r - wl) / C\ ...

Hence excepting that, all other conclusions would hold quite generally

irrespective of the nature of the wave. We now use the specific

**boundary****conditions**of electromagnetic fields. We recall the following relations: E = E0e,(kr-'; i (k -r - wl) / C\ ...

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with the

at the boundary and a very exhaustive discussion is given in Rayleigh's theory ...

with the

**boundary condition**E °, = 0 at r = R . Exactly this equation with identical**boundary condition**appears in the theory of vibration of circular membranes fixedat the boundary and a very exhaustive discussion is given in Rayleigh's theory ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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