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33 ) , obtained by another

determined by the boundary conditions , is a unique expansion of the potential .

This uniqueness provides a

from a ...

33 ) , obtained by another

**means**. Series ( 3 . 33 ) , with its coefficientsdetermined by the boundary conditions , is a unique expansion of the potential .

This uniqueness provides a

**means**of obtaining the solution of potential problemsfrom a ...

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rapidly with increasing multipole order , for a fixed frequency . Consequently in

an atomic or nuclear transition the lowest nonvanishing multipole will generally ...

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**means**that in the long - wavelength limit ( ka < 1 ) the transition rate falls offrapidly with increasing multipole order , for a fixed frequency . Consequently in

an atomic or nuclear transition the lowest nonvanishing multipole will generally ...

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This

reads + n = 0 where - [ , necp 30 ( } = Jx " , 0 ) + ( , 1 cm + 1 * 2 * 2 = ( 17 . 25 ) { } =

JO VRn + 1 ( n + 1 ) ( n + 2 ) R " - 1 With the continuity equation for charge and ...

This

**means**that we can change the summation indices so that the sum nowreads + n = 0 where - [ , necp 30 ( } = Jx " , 0 ) + ( , 1 cm + 1 * 2 * 2 = ( 17 . 25 ) { } =

JO VRn + 1 ( n + 1 ) ( n + 2 ) R " - 1 With the continuity equation for charge and ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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