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Viewing your result as the lowest order answer in an expansion in powers of a~\
consider the question of corrections to the lowest order expression if a is large
compared to p and L, but not infinite. Are there difficulties? Can you obtain an ...
As a blatant example, consider a point charge e located at x0 = (r,,, 0O, <M- It has
a multipole expansion of the form (4.1) with multipole moments, qim = er0'YTm(
do, <M These are nonvanishing for all I, m in general. Only the 1 = 0 multipole ...
Consider longitudinal electric fields in a conductor, using Ohm's law, the
continuity equation, and the differential form of Coulomb's law. (a) Show that the
time-Fourier-transformed charge density satisfies the equation [4iro-(a)) — ia>]p(
x, a)) = 0 ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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