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

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In the

occasionally. The case of discharge of a capacitor may be discussed similarly

taking the initial value of Q as CE and putting the impressed electromotive force

as zero ...

In the

**oscillatory**case the charge attains values above the equilibrium valueoccasionally. The case of discharge of a capacitor may be discussed similarly

taking the initial value of Q as CE and putting the impressed electromotive force

as zero ...

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approximation is no longer appropriate. Further for frequencies of

comparable to the plasma frequency, the assumptions of no charge separation

and ...

**oscillations**. In case the frequency of collisions is not so high, the continuous fluidapproximation is no longer appropriate. Further for frequencies of

**oscillation**comparable to the plasma frequency, the assumptions of no charge separation

and ...

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Waves in the plasma (1) Electrostatic waves involving

electrons and protons. We consider

by any magnetic field. The equations of motion of the protons and electrons are

from (13) ...

Waves in the plasma (1) Electrostatic waves involving

**oscillations**of bothelectrons and protons. We consider

**oscillations**of electric field unaccompaniedby any magnetic field. The equations of motion of the protons and electrons are

from (13) ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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