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

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In that case we call the right-hand side of (3) the Green's function of the problem

and

with some specific boundary condition. (Notc that in the 56 CLASSICAL THEORY

...

In that case we call the right-hand side of (3) the Green's function of the problem

and

**denote**it by G(r, r'). Thus G(r, r') is the potential at r due to a unit charge at r'with some specific boundary condition. (Notc that in the 56 CLASSICAL THEORY

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Page 82

With the given background field of the earth, the relation also enabled a

comparison of the magnetic moments of different magnets,

field due to a magnet of moment |i is given by B = - V0 = - V [((|ir)/r3] — a result

identical ...

With the given background field of the earth, the relation also enabled a

comparison of the magnetic moments of different magnets,

**denoted**by |i. (2) Thefield due to a magnet of moment |i is given by B = - V0 = - V [((|ir)/r3] — a result

identical ...

Page 274

One can now adopt the kinetic theory approach of introducing a distribution

function and use Boltzmann's equation. If /(r, \,t)drd\

particles in the spatial volume lying between r and r + dr, having velocities in the

range v to v ...

One can now adopt the kinetic theory approach of introducing a distribution

function and use Boltzmann's equation. If /(r, \,t)drd\

**denote**the number ofparticles in the spatial volume lying between r and r + dr, having velocities in the

range v to v ...

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

Copyright | |

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