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l, m - (16.47) E = > | ar(l, m)V x f(kr)Kim + a M(l, nooxwhere the coefficients an (l,

m) and a y(l, m) specify the amounts of electric (l, m)

l, m - (16.47) E = > | ar(l, m)V x f(kr)Kim + a M(l, nooxwhere the coefficients an (l,

m) and a y(l, m) specify the amounts of electric (l, m)

**multipole**and magnetic (l, m)**multipole**fields. The radial functions f(kr) and g(kr) are of form (16.43).Page 549

This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a

order (l, m) carries off mh units of z component of angular momentum per photon

of energy ho. In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would expect the ...

This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a

**multipole**oforder (l, m) carries off mh units of z component of angular momentum per photon

of energy ho. In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would expect the ...

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The moment Qun is seen to be the same in form as the electrostatic

moment qun (4.3). The moment Qin' is an induced electric

to the magnetization. It is generally at least a factor kr smaller than the normal ...

The moment Qun is seen to be the same in form as the electrostatic

**multipole**moment qun (4.3). The moment Qin' is an induced electric

**multipole**moment dueto the magnetization. It is generally at least a factor kr smaller than the normal ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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