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(1.23) s |x — x"| Another problem of interest is the potential due to a

distribution on a surface S. A

letting the surface S have a surface-charge density of x) on it, and another

surface ...

(1.23) s |x — x"| Another problem of interest is the potential due to a

**dipole**-layerdistribution on a surface S. A

**dipole**layer can be imagined as being formed byletting the surface S have a surface-charge density of x) on it, and another

surface ...

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The basic entity in magnetic studies was what we now know as a magnetic

. In the presence of magnetic materials the

direction. That direction is by definition the direction of the magnetic-flux density,

...

The basic entity in magnetic studies was what we now know as a magnetic

**dipole**. In the presence of magnetic materials the

**dipole**tends to align itself in a certaindirection. That direction is by definition the direction of the magnetic-flux density,

...

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Considering only the magnetization term, we have the vector potential, eikr 1 A(x)

= ik(n x m) *( - #) (9.33) r ikr where m is the magnetic

sex pe. (9.34) C The fields can be determined by noting that the vector potential ...

Considering only the magnetization term, we have the vector potential, eikr 1 A(x)

= ik(n x m) *( - #) (9.33) r ikr where m is the magnetic

**dipole**moment, m-size. -4sex pe. (9.34) C The fields can be determined by noting that the vector potential ...

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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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