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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

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**...Page 25

1.7 ( a ) For the three capacitor geometries in

1.7 ( a ) For the three capacitor geometries in

**Problem**1.5 calculate the total electrostatic energy and express it alternatively in terms of the equal and opposite charges Q and - placed on the conductors and the potential difference ...Page 584

These equations including radiative effects can be used to discuss practical

These equations including radiative effects can be used to discuss practical

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