## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Then it is convenient to express the

the

type of expansion involved by considering spherical coordinates . For the case of

no ...

Then it is convenient to express the

**Green**' s**function**as a series of products ofthe

**functions**appropriate to the coordinates in question . We first illustrate thetype of expansion involved by considering spherical coordinates . For the case of

no ...

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... 507 for fields of relativistic particle, 382 Complementary screens, 288

Completeness relation, for Bessel functions on an ... 190, 386 for fluid, 311, 330

in covariant form, 378 Contour integration for retarded

Contraction ...

... 507 for fields of relativistic particle, 382 Complementary screens, 288

Completeness relation, for Bessel functions on an ... 190, 386 for fluid, 311, 330

in covariant form, 378 Contour integration for retarded

**Green's function**, 184Contraction ...

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... particle drift in, 416 Green's first identity, 14

dependent wave equation, 183 retarded, 185, 269

equation, spherical wave expansion of, 541

examples of ...

... particle drift in, 416 Green's first identity, 14

**Green's function**for time-dependent wave equation, 183 retarded, 185, 269

**Green's function**for waveequation, spherical wave expansion of, 541

**Green's function**in electrostatics, 18examples of ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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