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40 ) X – X ' with the function F

: D ' 2F ( x , x ' ) = 0 ( 1 . 41 ) In facing the problem of

boundary conditions on 0 or 20 / an , we can find the key by considering result ( 1

.

40 ) X – X ' with the function F

**satisfying**Laplace ' s equation inside the volume V: D ' 2F ( x , x ' ) = 0 ( 1 . 41 ) In facing the problem of

**satisfying**the prescribedboundary conditions on 0 or 20 / an , we can find the key by considering result ( 1

.

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To see that potentials can always be found to

suppose that the potentials A , O which

( 6 . 36 ) . Then let us make a gauge transformation to potentials A ' , O ' and

demand ...

To see that potentials can always be found to

**satisfy**the Lorentz condition ,suppose that the potentials A , O which

**satisfy**( 6 . 32 ) and ( 6 . 33 ) do not**satisfy**( 6 . 36 ) . Then let us make a gauge transformation to potentials A ' , O ' and

demand ...

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Then Q = 0 , and A

is involved , the Green ' s function will depend on the variables ( x , x ' , t , t ' ) , and

will

Then Q = 0 , and A

**satisfies**the homogeneous wave equation . ... Since the timeis involved , the Green ' s function will depend on the variables ( x , x ' , t , t ' ) , and

will

**satisfy**the equation , 22 t ; X ' , t ' ) = - 471 8 ( x – x ' ) 8 ( t – t ' ) ( 6 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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