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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**, or Dirichlet boundary...

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The original potential

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

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

The original potential

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

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

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To discuss the initial-value

Kirchhoff for closed bounding surfaces, we use Green's theorem (1.35),

integrated over time from t' = t0 to t' = tt > t : a.-. aji \ i.67) f V f dV(* V V - V V'V) = f V

<f U j£ - V f^) ...

To discuss the initial-value

**problem**and also an integral representation ofKirchhoff for closed bounding surfaces, we use Green's theorem (1.35),

integrated over time from t' = t0 to t' = tt > t : a.-. aji \ i.67) f V f dV(* V V - V V'V) = f V

<f U j£ - V f^) ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

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