## Electrodynamics of Continuous Media |

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for r > a, c a where C is an arbitrary constant; A, is continuous at the surface of the

wire. The formulae for wire 2 are obtained by substituting b for a and changing

the sign of J. Integration over the

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for r > a, c a where C is an arbitrary constant; A, is continuous at the surface of the

wire. The formulae for wire 2 are obtained by substituting b for a and changing

the sign of J. Integration over the

**cross**-**section**of wire 1 in formula (32.2) gives J2...

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The longitudinal field He is given by the solution of the equation A2H2 + k2Hz = 0

(71.5) with the boundary condition ôHz/ön = 0 on the circumference of the

The longitudinal field He is given by the solution of the equation A2H2 + k2Hz = 0

(71.5) with the boundary condition ôHz/ön = 0 on the circumference of the

**cross**-**section**. (71.6) According to formulae (71.4), this condition ensures that the ...Page 296

This statement is valid, however, only for waveguides in which the

simply connected (as we have hitherto assumed). When the

multiply connected,f the situation is quite different. In such waveguides not only

the ...

This statement is valid, however, only for waveguides in which the

**crosssection**issimply connected (as we have hitherto assumed). When the

**cross**-**section**ismultiply connected,f the situation is quite different. In such waveguides not only

the ...

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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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