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5 calculate the total

the equal and opposite charges Q and - Q placed on the conductors and the

potential difference between them . ( 6 ) Sketch the energy density of the

5 calculate the total

**electrostatic**energy and express it alternatively in terms ofthe equal and opposite charges Q and - Q placed on the conductors and the

potential difference between them . ( 6 ) Sketch the energy density of the

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... 227, 451 for plasma in magnetic field, 228 Dielectrics, 108 anisotropic, waves

in, 233 boundary conditions, 110 boundary-value problems with, 110 f.

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... 227, 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, 259at optical ...

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magnetostatic, 145 radiating, near, induction, and radiation zones, 270 time-

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... 463 Multipole,

**electrostatic**, 98**electrostatic**, expansion of interaction energy in,101

**electrostatic**, expansion of potential in, 98**electrostatic**, rectangular, 100magnetostatic, 145 radiating, near, induction, and radiation zones, 270 time-

varying ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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