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The current density J has only a

5.33) al The delta functions restrict current flow to a ring of radius a. Only a $

The current density J has only a

**component**in the # direction, a J. = 10(cos 0°t-o (5.33) al The delta functions restrict current flow to a ring of radius a. Only a $

**component**of J means that A will have only a #**component**also. But this**component**...Page 476

But we have just seen that for comparable parallel and perpendicular forces the

radiation from the parallel

that from the perpendicular

parallel ...

But we have just seen that for comparable parallel and perpendicular forces the

radiation from the parallel

**component**is negligible (of order 1/y”) compared tothat from the perpendicular

**component**. Consequently we may neglect theparallel ...

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If the z

the uncertainty principle requires that the other

mean square values such that (16.67) holds. On the other hand, for a state of the

...

If the z

**component**of angular momentum of a single photon is known precisely,the uncertainty principle requires that the other

**components**be uncertain, withmean square values such that (16.67) holds. On the other hand, for a state of the

...

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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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