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where the medium is characterized by the parameters /*, e. By combining the two

curl equations and making use of the vanishing divergences, we find easily that

each cartesian component of E and B satisfies the

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where the medium is characterized by the parameters /*, e. By combining the two

curl equations and making use of the vanishing divergences, we find easily that

each cartesian component of E and B satisfies the

**wave equation**: -0 (7.2) where...

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In the present chapter we present a systematic development. 16.1 Basic

Spherical Wave Solutions of the Scalar

spherical wave problem, we consider the scalar

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In the present chapter we present a systematic development. 16.1 Basic

Spherical Wave Solutions of the Scalar

**Wave Equation**As a prelude to the vectorspherical wave problem, we consider the scalar

**wave equation**. A scalar field y(x,...

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... particle drift in, 416 Green's first identity, 14 Green's function for time-

dependent

examples of ...

... particle drift in, 416 Green's first identity, 14 Green's function for time-

dependent

**wave equation**, 183 retarded, 185, 269 Green's function for**wave****equation**, spherical wave expansion of, 541 Green's function in electrostatics, 18examples of ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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