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But the total

definition of Q ( n ) we can write the angular dependence as In * Q ( n ) / 2 = Q * .

Q – In · Ql = { diplayngn , - E disQyon ngn , Mo ( 9 . 46 ) a , B , y , d The necessary

...

But the total

**power radiated**can be calculated in a straightforward way . With thedefinition of Q ( n ) we can write the angular dependence as In * Q ( n ) / 2 = Q * .

Q – In · Ql = { diplayngn , - E disQyon ngn , Mo ( 9 . 46 ) a , B , y , d The necessary

...

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Calculate the quadrupole moments , the radiation fields , the angular distribution

of radiation , and the total

. Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity are ...

Calculate the quadrupole moments , the radiation fields , the angular distribution

of radiation , and the total

**radiated power**in the long - wavelength approximation. Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity are ...

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Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making the long - wavelength

approximation , calculate the nonvanishing multipole moments , the angular

distribution of radiation , and the total

density of ...

Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making the long - wavelength

approximation , calculate the nonvanishing multipole moments , the angular

distribution of radiation , and the total

**power radiated**. The uniform chargedensity of ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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