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1.7 ( a ) For the three capacitor geometries in Problem 1.5 calculate the total

1.7 ( a ) For the three capacitor geometries in Problem 1.5 calculate the total

**electrostatic**energy and express it alternatively in terms of the equal and opposite charges Q and - placed on the conductors and the potential difference ...Page 628

... 451 for plasma in magnetic field , 228 Dielectrics , 108 anisotropic , waves in , 233 boundary conditions , 110 boundary - value problems with , 110 f .

... 451 for plasma in magnetic field , 228 Dielectrics , 108 anisotropic , waves in , 233 boundary conditions , 110 boundary - value problems with , 110 f .

**electrostatic**energy in , 123 method of images for , 111 Dielectric wave guide ...Page 634

... 171 Multiple scattering of particles , 456 , 463 Multipole ,

... 171 Multiple scattering of particles , 456 , 463 Multipole ,

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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