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Physical experience leads us to believe that specification of the potential on a

closed surface ( e . g . , a system of conductors held at different potentials )

defines a unique potential

Dirichlet ...

Physical experience leads us to believe that specification of the potential on a

closed surface ( e . g . , a system of conductors held at different potentials )

defines a unique potential

**problem**. This is called a Dirichlet**problem**, orDirichlet ...

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The original potential

the right . are called image charges , and the replacement of the actual

with boundaries by an enlarged region with image charges but no boundaries is

...

The original potential

**problem**is on the left , the equivalent - image**problem**onthe right . are called image charges , and the replacement of the actual

**problem**with boundaries by an enlarged region with image charges but no boundaries is

...

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170 ) and an identity of

s ( k ) = a ( 3 . 172 ) k - 0 When boundary conditions ( 3 . 171 ) are applied to the

general solution ( 3 . 170 ) , there results a pair of integral equations of the first ...

170 ) and an identity of

**Problem**3 . 12c this requirement can be seen to imply lims ( k ) = a ( 3 . 172 ) k - 0 When boundary conditions ( 3 . 171 ) are applied to the

general solution ( 3 . 170 ) , there results a pair of integral equations of the first ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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