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0) — . . | 2 a 8 \a 16 \a (3.37) To find the potential outside the sphere we merely

replace (r/a)" by (a/r)". The resulting potential can be seen to be the same as (

2.33), obtained by another

0) — . . | 2 a 8 \a 16 \a (3.37) To find the potential outside the sphere we merely

replace (r/a)" by (a/r)". The resulting potential can be seen to be the same as (

2.33), obtained by another

**means**. Series (3.33), with its coefficients determined ...Page 559

TE(l) (16.105) The presence of the factor (ka)” in the transition probability (16.104

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rapidly with increasing multipole order, for a fixed frequency. Consequently in an

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TE(l) (16.105) The presence of the factor (ka)” in the transition probability (16.104

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**means**that in the long-wavelength limit (ka & 1) the transition rate falls offrapidly with increasing multipole order, for a fixed frequency. Consequently in an

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reads dp - oo (-1)" Joseo, 1)R"-1 2n+1 dt – no c" #Tit } where (17.25) – “... a 1% -

a Wool { } = J~,0+; (x, 0. + 1)(n + 2)R"T" With the continuity equation for charge

and ...

This

**means**that we can change the summation indices so that the sum nowreads dp - oo (-1)" Joseo, 1)R"-1 2n+1 dt – no c" #Tit } where (17.25) – “... a 1% -

a Wool { } = J~,0+; (x, 0. + 1)(n + 2)R"T" With the continuity equation for charge

and ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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