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

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Equations of Laplace and 17 Poisson Flux and Gauss's

to uniformly charged sphere — 18, infinite cylinder and plane — 18-19,

Equations of Laplace and Poisson — 20, Green's

Equations of Laplace and 17 Poisson Flux and Gauss's

**theorem**— 1 7, Field dueto uniformly charged sphere — 18, infinite cylinder and plane — 18-19,

Equations of Laplace and Poisson — 20, Green's

**theorem**— 21 .Earnshaw's**theorem**...Page 21

(Check these remarks in case of the infinite conducting plane Ex = 4na, 0 = -

4nax but 0 calculated from the Poisson integral diverges.) Green's

vector calculus If one takes for the vector A, A = \|/V0 then Gauss's

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(Check these remarks in case of the infinite conducting plane Ex = 4na, 0 = -

4nax but 0 calculated from the Poisson integral diverges.) Green's

**theorem**invector calculus If one takes for the vector A, A = \|/V0 then Gauss's

**theorem**givesJ ...

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However (11) shows that the influence of all charges outside S may be reduced

to a surface distribution of density - 7— (V0)„ overs plus a distribution of dipoles

of moment - 0/4n per unit area directed normally to S. Earnshaw's

However (11) shows that the influence of all charges outside S may be reduced

to a surface distribution of density - 7— (V0)„ overs plus a distribution of dipoles

of moment - 0/4n per unit area directed normally to S. Earnshaw's

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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