## Classical Electrodynamics |

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For example, it applies to plasma

electrons in which all cells in velocity space are filled inside a sphere of radius

equal to the Fermi velocity Vo. Then the average value of the square of a

component of ...

For example, it applies to plasma

**oscillations**in a degenerate Fermigas ofelectrons in which all cells in velocity space are filled inside a sphere of radius

equal to the Fermi velocity Vo. Then the average value of the square of a

component of ...

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In the absence of external fields the electrostatic

electromagnetic

external magnetic induction, for example, the force equation has an added term ...

In the absence of external fields the electrostatic

**oscillations**and the transverseelectromagnetic

**oscillations**are not coupled together. But in the presence of anexternal magnetic induction, for example, the force equation has an added term ...

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The Landau formula (10.108) shows that for k < ko the longitudinal plasma

as k - kn (even for k = 0.5kp, Im a c. –0, 6). For wave numbers larger than the

Debye ...

The Landau formula (10.108) shows that for k < ko the longitudinal plasma

**oscillations**are virtually undamped. But the damping becomes important as soonas k - kn (even for k = 0.5kp, Im a c. –0, 6). For wave numbers larger than the

Debye ...

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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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