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If

certain difference of potential between them. The ratio of the magnitude of the

charge on one conductor to the magnitude of the potential difference is called the

...

If

**equal**and opposite charges are placed on the conductors, there will be acertain difference of potential between them. The ratio of the magnitude of the

charge on one conductor to the magnitude of the potential difference is called the

...

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Hence the lowest “cutoff” frequency for TEo, waves is given by =-“– (8.109) (t) 01

Vel – so a At this frequency B" = 0, but the axial wave number k is still real and

the ...

Hence the lowest “cutoff” frequency for TEo, waves is given by =-“– (8.109) (t) 01

Vel – so a At this frequency B" = 0, but the axial wave number k is still real and

**equal**to its free-space value Vevolc. Immediately below this “cutoff.” frequency,the ...

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John David Jackson. induction in the as direction. This magnetic field becomes

almost

velocities where y o 1, this magnetic induction is equivalent to B ~4 V × { (11.119)

c ...

John David Jackson. induction in the as direction. This magnetic field becomes

almost

**equal**to the transverse electric field E, as B — 1. Even at nonrelativisticvelocities where y o 1, this magnetic induction is equivalent to B ~4 V × { (11.119)

c ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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