## Classical Electrodynamics |

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We want to show the uniqueness of the

47 p , inside a volume V subject to either ... boundary conditions on the closed

bounding surface S . We suppose , to the contrary , that there exist two

D ...

We want to show the uniqueness of the

**solution**of Poisson ' s equation , V20 = –47 p , inside a volume V subject to either ... boundary conditions on the closed

bounding surface S . We suppose , to the contrary , that there exist two

**solutions**D ...

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Dirichlet Open surface Not enough Not enough Unique , stable

direction Too much Closed surface Too much Unique , stable

Open surface Not enough Not enough Unique , stable

Dirichlet Open surface Not enough Not enough Unique , stable

**solution**in onedirection Too much Closed surface Too much Unique , stable

**solution**NeumannOpen surface Not enough Not enough Unique , stable

**solution**in one direction ...Page 81

Whereas the expansion for a single sphere is most easily obtained from the

image

to obtain by the method of images , since it involves an infinite set of images . 3 .

Whereas the expansion for a single sphere is most easily obtained from the

image

**solution**, the general result ( 3 . 125 ) for a spherical shell is rather difficultto obtain by the method of images , since it involves an infinite set of images . 3 .

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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