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3 . 12 Mixed boundary conditions , charged conducting disc , 89 . References

and suggested reading , 93 . Problems , 94 . 98 exte chapter 4 . Multipoles ,

Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media , Dielectrics 4 . 1

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3 . 12 Mixed boundary conditions , charged conducting disc , 89 . References

and suggested reading , 93 . Problems , 94 . 98 exte chapter 4 . Multipoles ,

Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media , Dielectrics 4 . 1

**Multipole expansion**, 98 . 4.

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The two - term

result for kd = . Even the lowest - order approximation is not very far off in this

case . For the full - wave antenna ( Fig . 16 . 4b ) the dipole approximation is

evidently ...

The two - term

**multipole expansion**is almost indistinguishable from the exactresult for kd = . Even the lowest - order approximation is not very far off in this

case . For the full - wave antenna ( Fig . 16 . 4b ) the dipole approximation is

evidently ...

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Momentum impulse in Coulomb collision, 431 Motion, see Particle motion

Moving circuits and law of induction, 171 Multiple scattering of particles, 456, 463

Momentum impulse in Coulomb collision, 431 Motion, see Particle motion

Moving circuits and law of induction, 171 Multiple scattering of particles, 456, 463

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