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For a discussion of different types of partial differential equations and the

appropriate boundary conditions for each type, see Morse and Feshbach,

Courant and ...

For a discussion of different types of partial differential equations and the

appropriate boundary conditions for each type, see Morse and Feshbach,

**Chapter**6, Sommerfeld, Partial Differential Equations in Physics,**Chapter**II,Courant and ...

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examples with numerous diagrams is the book by Durand, especially

and IV. Durand discusses inversion on pp. 107-114. Conformal mapping

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**Chapter**XI, Smythe,**Chapters**IV and V. A truly encyclopedic source ofexamples with numerous diagrams is the book by Durand, especially

**Chapters**IIIand IV. Durand discusses inversion on pp. 107-114. Conformal mapping

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The general techniques for handling these problems are the same ones as have

been met in Section 16.9 and in

apparatus has been developed in the present

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The general techniques for handling these problems are the same ones as have

been met in Section 16.9 and in

**Chapter**8. The necessary mathematicalapparatus has been developed in the present

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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