## Classical Electrodynamics |

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We first illustrate the type of

coordinates. For the case of no boundary surfaces, except at infinity, we already

have the

0', ...

We first illustrate the type of

**expansion**involved by considering sphericalcoordinates. For the case of no boundary surfaces, except at infinity, we already

have the

**expansion**of the Green's function, namely (3.70): co l 1 1 r! :: - 4tr < Y na0', ...

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... function for wave equation, spherical wave

in electrostatics, 18 examples of use of, 82, 83

84, 96

... function for wave equation, spherical wave

**expansion**of, 541 Green's functionin electrostatics, 18 examples of use of, 82, 83

**expansion**of, in Bessel functions,84, 96

**expansion**of, in Legendre polynomials, 62**expansion**of, in spherical ...Page 635

... 569 Pinch effect, and instabilities, 326 dynamic models of, 322 scaling law for,

325 steady-state, 320 Plane wave, electromagnetic, 202 f. electromagnetic,

medium, ...

... 569 Pinch effect, and instabilities, 326 dynamic models of, 322 scaling law for,

325 steady-state, 320 Plane wave, electromagnetic, 202 f. electromagnetic,

**expansion**in spherical multipole waves, 569 electromagnetic, in conductingmedium, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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