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Favo, (12.1) where v, = (v,ic), and F, is interpreted as the average field acting on

the particle. The left-hand

change of the momentum and energy of the particle, just as in Section ...

Favo, (12.1) where v, = (v,ic), and F, is interpreted as the average field acting on

the particle. The left-hand

**side**of (12.1) is now to be equated to the time rate ofchange of the momentum and energy of the particle, just as in Section ...

Page 555

To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function f,(r) inside

the source, we substitute (16.82) into the first equation of (16.80), take the scalar

product of both

...

To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function f,(r) inside

the source, we substitute (16.82) into the first equation of (16.80), take the scalar

product of both

**sides**with a typical Xi, and integrate over all angles. All the terms...

Page 567

We let |x"|→ oo on both

the left-hand

= r" and r- = r. Furthermore we can use the asymptotic form (16.13) for h;”(kr').

We let |x"|→ oo on both

**sides**of (16.22). Then we can put |x — x' co r" — n . x onthe left-hand

**side**, where n is a unit vector in the direction of x'. On the right**side**r= r" and r- = r. Furthermore we can use the asymptotic form (16.13) for h;”(kr').

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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