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We want to show the uniqueness of the solution of Poisson ' s equation , V20 = –

47 p ,

conditions on the closed bounding surface S . We suppose , to the contrary , that

there ...

We want to show the uniqueness of the solution of Poisson ' s equation , V20 = –

47 p ,

**inside**a volume V subject to either Dirichlet or Neumann boundaryconditions on the closed bounding surface S . We suppose , to the contrary , that

there ...

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Then , just as in the static case , there is no electric field

The charges

move instantly in response to changes in the fields , no matter how rapid , and ...

Then , just as in the static case , there is no electric field

**inside**the conductors .The charges

**inside**a perfect conductor are assumed to be so mobile that theymove instantly in response to changes in the fields , no matter how rapid , and ...

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The unshaded interior of the cone represents the past and the future , while the

shaded region outside the cone is called “ elsewhere . ” A point

the light cone is said to have a time - like ( spacelike ) separation from the origin .

The unshaded interior of the cone represents the past and the future , while the

shaded region outside the cone is called “ elsewhere . ” A point

**inside**( outside )the light cone is said to have a time - like ( spacelike ) separation from the origin .

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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