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31 ) 1x – X ' \ The function 1 / 1X – x ' l is only one of a class of functions

depending on the variables x and x ' , and called Green ' s functions , which

, x ' ) = - + F ...

31 ) 1x – X ' \ The function 1 / 1X – x ' l is only one of a class of functions

depending on the variables x and x ' , and called Green ' s functions , which

**satisfy**( 1 . 31 ) . In general , D ' AG ( x , x ' ) = - 4710 ( x – x ' ) ( 1 . 39 ) where G ( x, x ' ) = - + F ...

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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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John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. The Coulomb or transverse

gauge is often used when no sources are present . Then Q = 0 , and A

the homogeneous wave equation . The fields are given by E = - 18A - Ớt = V XA (

6 .

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. The Coulomb or transverse

gauge is often used when no sources are present . Then Q = 0 , and A

**satisfies**the homogeneous wave equation . The fields are given by E = - 18A - Ớt = V XA (

6 .

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