## Classical Electrodynamics |

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In obtaining result (1.36)—not a solution—we chose the function op to be 1/|x – x',

it being the potential of a unit point charge,

| - r) = —4trö(x — x') (1.31) The function 1/|x — x' is only one of a class of ...

In obtaining result (1.36)—not a solution—we chose the function op to be 1/|x – x',

it being the potential of a unit point charge,

**satisfying**the equation: r 1 - - — w' V2| - r) = —4trö(x — x') (1.31) The function 1/|x — x' is only one of a class of ...

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Then let us make a gauge transformation to potentials A", p" and demand that A', '

D'

C Ot co 9to Thus, provided a gauge function A can be found to

Then let us make a gauge transformation to potentials A", p" and demand that A', '

D'

**satisfy**the Lorentz condition: f 2 v.A. 11% – o – v. A + 1* + vow – ko (639) C OtC Ot co 9to Thus, provided a gauge function A can be found to

**satisfy**1 32A 1 ...Page 183

Then p = 0, and A

given by E - – 12* c 0t (6.53) B = V × A 6.6 Green's Function for the Time-

Dependent Wave Equation The wave equations (6.37), (6.38), and (6.52) all

have the basic ...

Then p = 0, and A

**satisfies**the homogeneous wave equation. The fields aregiven by E - – 12* c 0t (6.53) B = V × A 6.6 Green's Function for the Time-

Dependent Wave Equation The wave equations (6.37), (6.38), and (6.52) all

have the basic ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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