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

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For cases where the charges are situated within a bounded

normalize the potential by the condition that it vanishes at infinity. If, however, the

distribution be unbounded e.g. an infinitely long charged cylinder or an infinite ...

For cases where the charges are situated within a bounded

**region**it is usual tonormalize the potential by the condition that it vanishes at infinity. If, however, the

distribution be unbounded e.g. an infinitely long charged cylinder or an infinite ...

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It extends to infinity but the

etc., are excluded. The charge density Fig. 3 p is specified at all points within the

shaded

...

It extends to infinity but the

**regions**(unshaded) bounded by the surfaces Slt S2etc., are excluded. The charge density Fig. 3 p is specified at all points within the

shaded

**region**. We do not know anything about the unshaded**regions**except that...

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Before going to the study of that case, we consider the application of our solution

to distributions which extend over a finite

the assumed 8-function form. Obviously the condition is that R and u should not ...

Before going to the study of that case, we consider the application of our solution

to distributions which extend over a finite

**region**of space and thus depart fromthe assumed 8-function form. Obviously the condition is that R and u should not ...

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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