## Electrodynamics of Continuous Media |

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SoLUTION. We use polar co-ordinates in a plane perpendicular to the axis of the

cylinder. The solution of the two-dimensional

only on a constant vector is $1 = constant X Co-grad (log r) = constant X Co-r/r”.

SoLUTION. We use polar co-ordinates in a plane perpendicular to the axis of the

cylinder. The solution of the two-dimensional

**Laplace's equation**which dependsonly on a constant vector is $1 = constant X Co-grad (log r) = constant X Co-r/r”.

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(7.4) This equation becomes the ordinary

homogeneous dielectric medium. The boundary conditions (7.3) can be rewritten

as the following conditions on the potential: $1 = $2, e1641/ön = e26$2/ön; the

continuity ...

(7.4) This equation becomes the ordinary

**Laplace's equation**only in ahomogeneous dielectric medium. The boundary conditions (7.3) can be rewritten

as the following conditions on the potential: $1 = $2, e1641/ön = e26$2/ön; the

continuity ...

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These functions satisfy

infinitesimal hemispheres about O and O' are equal to +J. We seek the potential

at an arbitrary point P in the sphere in the form J | 1 1 | * - 3. F. - R, +*} where is ...

These functions satisfy

**Laplace's equation**, and the integrals — a s grad $ df overinfinitesimal hemispheres about O and O' are equal to +J. We seek the potential

at an arbitrary point P in the sphere in the form J | 1 1 | * - 3. F. - R, +*} where is ...

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Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

A conducting ellipsoid | 20 |

The forces on a conductor | 31 |

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