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3.4 Ring of charge of radius a and total charge q located on the z axis with center
at z = b. Expanding, we find, for x on axis, \x-Td\ r>i-o\r>/ For points off the axis it is
only necessary, according to (3.33) and (3.37), to multiply each term by Pi(cos ...
(c) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the axis
has components mrr kit / . \ 5.3 A cyclindrical conductor of radius a has a hole of
radius b bored parallel to, and centered a distance d from, the cylinder axis ...
(d) Kramers -Kronig Relations The analyticity of c(to) in the upper half to plane
permits the use of Cauchy's theorem to relate the real and imaginary part of e(to)
on the real axis. For any point z inside a closed contour C in the upper half to ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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