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Poisson's

scalar ...

**Equations**(1.13) and (1.16) can be combined into one partial differential**equation**for the single function p(x): V*q = —4mp (1.28) This**equation**is calledPoisson's

**equation**. In regions of space where there is no charge density, thescalar ...

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Spherical and cylindrical geometries are first considered, and solutions of

Laplace's

of the various ordinary differential

...

Spherical and cylindrical geometries are first considered, and solutions of

Laplace's

**equation**are represented by ... Only an outline is given of the solutionof the various ordinary differential

**equations**obtained from Laplace's**equation**by...

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It can be considered as an

time-average way the reactive effects of the emission of radiation. The

can be criticized on the grounds that it is second order in time, rather than first,

and ...

It can be considered as an

**equation**which includes in some approximate andtime-average way the reactive effects of the emission of radiation. The

**equation**can be criticized on the grounds that it is second order in time, rather than first,

and ...

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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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