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The general solution for a boundary-value problem in

be written in terms of

3.33): where l Q}(r, 0, b) = Ş X [A." + Bor-(+1)] Yin (0, b) (3.61) l=0 m = - If the ...

The general solution for a boundary-value problem in

**spherical**coordinates canbe written in terms of

**spherical**harmonics and powers of r in a generalization of (3.33): where l Q}(r, 0, b) = Ş X [A." + Bor-(+1)] Yin (0, b) (3.61) l=0 m = - If the ...

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16 Multipole Fields In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the

expansion of the scalar potential was used extensively for problems possessing

some symmetry property with respect to an origin of coordinates. Not only was it ...

16 Multipole Fields In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the

**spherical**harmonicexpansion of the scalar potential was used extensively for problems possessing

some symmetry property with respect to an origin of coordinates. Not only was it ...

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Self-stress, and Poincaré stresses, 592 Lorentz transformation of, 591 of charged

particle, 590 Separation of variables, in cylindrical coordinates, 69 in rectangular

coordinates, 47 in

Self-stress, and Poincaré stresses, 592 Lorentz transformation of, 591 of charged

particle, 590 Separation of variables, in cylindrical coordinates, 69 in rectangular

coordinates, 47 in

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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