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

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Taking the hint from these facts we shall solve Laplace's equation by the

separation of variables in

multipole expansion that we have just now studied. In

(r ...

Taking the hint from these facts we shall solve Laplace's equation by the

separation of variables in

**spherical**polar coordinates and recover thereby themultipole expansion that we have just now studied. In

**spherical**polar coordinates(r ...

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<7, l I Hence find the potential of an insulated uncharged

when a point charge Q is placed at a distance r from the centre. 3. The dielectric

constant for gaseous S02 is 1.00993 at 273K and 1.00569 at 373K at a pressure

of ...

<7, l I Hence find the potential of an insulated uncharged

**spherical**conductorwhen a point charge Q is placed at a distance r from the centre. 3. The dielectric

constant for gaseous S02 is 1.00993 at 273K and 1.00569 at 373K at a pressure

of ...

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... 313, 316 Hankel' s function, 200,210,219 harmonics,

Hartmann number, 261 problem, 260-262 Hertz analysis and vector, 1 85-1 87

hysterisis curve, 103 inductances, calculation of self and mutual, 106-108 in

circuit with, ...

... 313, 316 Hankel' s function, 200,210,219 harmonics,

**spherical**, 29, 185Hartmann number, 261 problem, 260-262 Hertz analysis and vector, 1 85-1 87

hysterisis curve, 103 inductances, calculation of self and mutual, 106-108 in

circuit with, ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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