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The question of whether Cauchy boundary conditions on an open surface define
a unique electrostatic problem requires more discussion than is warranted here.
The reader may refer to Morse and Feshbach, Section 6.2, pp. 692-706, or to ...
ir va -p Comparison with the corresponding electrostatic problem in Section 3.13
shows similarities and differences. Roughly speaking, the roles of tangential and
normal components of fields have been interchanged. The effective dipoles ...
... classical, 68 1 , 790 Electron capture by nuclei, radiation emitted during, 727f
Electrostatic potential, definition of, 34 Electrostatic potential energy, 45 Elliptic
integrals, use of, 131, 178, 208 Energy, electromagnetic, covariant expression for
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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