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1.4 Differential Form of Gauss's Law Gauss's law can be thought of as being an
integral formulation of the law of electrostatics. We can obtain a differential form (
i.e., a differential equation) by using the divergence theorem. The divergence ...
We write down the differential equation for Pi(x), multiply by P(x), and then
integrate over the interval: Jl, Pr(x)(^[(1~x2)^]+ia+1)p,(x)} dx=0 (317) Integrating
the first term by parts, we obtain I', [(x2-D^!^:+'(i+l)Pr(x)Pl(x)]dx = 0 (3.18) If we
now write ...
With (9.80) and (9.79), the differential cross section can be written da k4 -^ (n, e;
no, «o)=-g-2 |«* • p+(nxe*) • m| (9.82) The dependence of the cross section on n„
and Co is implicitly contained in the dipole moments p and m. The variation of ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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