## Classical Electrodynamics |

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on one small

placed around it was the vector sum of the individual two-body ... At the moment,

the electric field can be defined as the force per unit

on one small

**charged**body by a number of the other small**charged**bodiesplaced around it was the vector sum of the individual two-body ... At the moment,

the electric field can be defined as the force per unit

**charge**acting at a given**point**.Page 20

Since the Green's function, as a function of one of its variables, is a potential due

to a unit

interchangeability of the source and the observation points. From form (1.40) for

G(x, x') it is ...

Since the Green's function, as a function of one of its variables, is a potential due

to a unit

**point charge**, this symmetry merely represents the physicalinterchangeability of the source and the observation points. From form (1.40) for

G(x, x') it is ...

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2.3

the previous section we considered the problem of a

grounded sphere and saw that a surface-charge density was induced on the

sphere.

2.3

**Point Charge**in the Presence of a Charged, Insulated, Conducting Sphere Inthe previous section we considered the problem of a

**point charge**q near agrounded sphere and saw that a surface-charge density was induced on the

sphere.

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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