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f Jr identity or Green's theorem: *x = i\A-v*/\da (1.35) Js\- on on-) Poisson's

differential equation for the potential can be ... Second, for a charge-free volume

the potential anywhere inside the volume (a solution of

f Jr identity or Green's theorem: *x = i\A-v*/\da (1.35) Js\- on on-) Poisson's

differential equation for the potential can be ... Second, for a charge-free volume

the potential anywhere inside the volume (a solution of

**Laplace's equation**) is ...Page 48

partial differential equation can be found in terms of three ordinary differential

equations, all of the same form, by the assumption that the potential can be ...

**Laplace's equation**in rectangular coordinates is (2.54, x y z A solution of thispartial differential equation can be found in terms of three ordinary differential

equations, all of the same form, by the assumption that the potential can be ...

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Spherical and cylindrical geometries are first considered, and solutions of

orthonormal functions. Only an outline is given of the solution of the various

ordinary ...

Spherical and cylindrical geometries are first considered, and solutions of

**Laplace's equation**are represented by expansions in series of the appropriateorthonormal functions. Only an outline is given of the solution of the various

ordinary ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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