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J1(kp) 0 (c) Write down integral

induction, using the

components of B on the axis by performing the necessary integrations. Two

concentric circular ...

J1(kp) 0 (c) Write down integral

**expressions**for the components of magneticinduction, using the

**expressions**of (a) and (b). Evaluate explicitly thecomponents of B on the axis by performing the necessary integrations. Two

concentric circular ...

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These approximate

behavior as a function of ka, but are not very accurate. Exact calculations, as well

as more accurate approximate ones, have been made for the circular opening.

These approximate

**expressions**(9.109) and (9.110) for T give the generalbehavior as a function of ka, but are not very accurate. Exact calculations, as well

as more accurate approximate ones, have been made for the circular opening.

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where we have used the dipole moment

second term is small, the imaginary part of 1/e(0) can be readily calculated and

substituted into (13.70). Then the integral over do can be performed in the same ...

where we have used the dipole moment

**expression**(13.19). Assuming that thesecond term is small, the imaginary part of 1/e(0) can be readily calculated and

substituted into (13.70). Then the integral over do can be performed in the same ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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