## Classical Electrodynamics |

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II,

Friedman,

electrostatics is discussed extensively in many of the older books. Notable, in

spite of ...

II,

**Chapters**III-VI. The general theory of Green's functions is treated in detail byFriedman,

**Chapter**3, Morse and Feshbach,**Chapter**7. The general theory ofelectrostatics is discussed extensively in many of the older books. Notable, in

spite of ...

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REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING Images and inversion are treated

in many books; among the better or more extensive discussions are those by

Jeans,

truly ...

REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING Images and inversion are treated

in many books; among the better or more extensive discussions are those by

Jeans,

**Chapter**VIII, Maxwell, Vol. 1,**Chapter**XI, Smythe,**Chapters**IV and V. Atruly ...

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The necessary mathematical apparatus has been developed in the present

end of the

vector ...

The necessary mathematical apparatus has been developed in the present

**chapter**. We will leave the discussion of these examples to the problems at theend of the

**chapter**. REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING The theory ofvector ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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