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1.12 Prove Thomson's theorem: If a number of conducting surfaces are fixed in

position and a

energy in the region bounded by the surfaces is a minimum when the charges ...

1.12 Prove Thomson's theorem: If a number of conducting surfaces are fixed in

position and a

**given**total charge is placed on each surface, then the electrostaticenergy in the region bounded by the surfaces is a minimum when the charges ...

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For propagation in directions other than parallel to the static field B0 it is

straightforward to show that, if terms of the order of wBz are neglected compared

to w2 and UHOB, the index of refraction is still

precession ...

For propagation in directions other than parallel to the static field B0 it is

straightforward to show that, if terms of the order of wBz are neglected compared

to w2 and UHOB, the index of refraction is still

**given**by (7.102). But theprecession ...

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More complete discussions of antennas and antenna arrays are

engineering works, such as Jordan, Kraus, Schelkunoff, Silver. The subject of

diffraction has a very extensive literature. A comprehensive treatment of both the

scalar ...

More complete discussions of antennas and antenna arrays are

**given**inengineering works, such as Jordan, Kraus, Schelkunoff, Silver. The subject of

diffraction has a very extensive literature. A comprehensive treatment of both the

scalar ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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