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The values of these fields are

of an appropriate boundary - value problem . Then we use the boundary

conditions and Maxwell ' s equations in the conductor to find the fields within the

...

The values of these fields are

**assumed**to have been obtained from the solutionof an appropriate boundary - value problem . Then we use the boundary

conditions and Maxwell ' s equations in the conductor to find the fields within the

...

Page 241

For simplicity , the cross - sectional size and shape are

the cylinder axis . With a sinusoidal time dependence e - iwt for the fields inside

the cylinder , Maxwell ' s equations take the form : V E = i B D . B = 0 ( 8 . 16 ) V x

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For simplicity , the cross - sectional size and shape are

**assumed**constant alongthe cylinder axis . With a sinusoidal time dependence e - iwt for the fields inside

the cylinder , Maxwell ' s equations take the form : V E = i B D . B = 0 ( 8 . 16 ) V x

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The dimensions of the hole are

wavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are

of the sheet . The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other side of

the ...

The dimensions of the hole are

**assumed**to be very small compared to awavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are

**assumed**to exist on one sideof the sheet . The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other side of

the ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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