## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Separation of variables in rectangular

suggested reading, 50. Problems, 51. chapter 3. Boundary-Value Problems in

Electrostatics, II 54 Laplace's equation in spherical

polynomials ...

Separation of variables in rectangular

**coordinates**, 47. References andsuggested reading, 50. Problems, 51. chapter 3. Boundary-Value Problems in

Electrostatics, II 54 Laplace's equation in spherical

**coordinates**, 54. Legendrepolynomials ...

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+2 2.5 Häy:0, 40.0% Goo Equation (3.70) gives the potential in a completely

factorized form in the

is the variable of integration and the other is the

point.

+2 2.5 Häy:0, 40.0% Goo Equation (3.70) gives the potential in a completely

factorized form in the

**coordinates**x and x'. This is useful in ... where one variableis the variable of integration and the other is the

**coordinate**of the observationpoint.

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Ives-Stilwell experiment, 364 Jacobian, in Lorentz transformation of

376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics, relativistic, 394 f. Kirchhoff

diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of, ...

Ives-Stilwell experiment, 364 Jacobian, in Lorentz transformation of

**coordinates**,376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics, relativistic, 394 f. Kirchhoff

diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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