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called Poisson ' s

, the ...

**Equations**( 1 . 13 ) and ( 1 . 16 ) can be combined into one partial differential**equation**for the single function Q ( x ) : V20 = - 477p ( 1 . 28 ) This**equation**iscalled Poisson ' s

**equation**. In regions of space where there is no charge density, the ...

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an independent

magnetic field , we suspect that there exist solutions of a purely electrostatic

nature , with ...

an independent

**equation**, but may be derived by combining the last two**equations**in ( 10 . 91 ) . Since the force**equation**in ( 10 . 91 ) is independent ofmagnetic field , we suspect that there exist solutions of a purely electrostatic

nature , with ...

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8 ) 3 c3 The modified

It can be considered as an

8 ) 3 c3 The modified

**equation**of motion then reads mlı – TÜ ) = Fext ( 17 . 9 )**Equation**( 17 . 9 ) is sometimes called the Abraham - Lorentz**equation**of motion .It can be considered as an

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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