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If it were, we should

both integrals are taken along the same circuit, and this integral is logarithmically

divergent because of the contribution from small R. The exact value of the ...

If it were, we should

**obtain**from (32.9) the self-inductance L = $sdl-d1"|R, whereboth integrals are taken along the same circuit, and this integral is logarithmically

divergent because of the contribution from small R. The exact value of the ...

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Assuming the medium homogeneous, and eliminating H from equations (63.1),

we

gives a similar equation for H. Let us consider a plane electromagnetic wave ...

Assuming the medium homogeneous, and eliminating H from equations (63.1),

we

**obtain**the second-order equation AE + eu(w”/c2) E = 0; (63.2) elimination of Egives a similar equation for H. Let us consider a plane electromagnetic wave ...

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3. 5°. to. 30. s. Sik,1Sik,2 ( ) In scattering of polarised light we have I = Il-H 12 = *(

6+sin”6), I2|Ii = 3/(3+ sin”6), and in scattering of natural light I = *(14—sin29), I./I =

1 – # sin”9. Finally, for antisymmetrical scattering we

3. 5°. to. 30. s. Sik,1Sik,2 ( ) In scattering of polarised light we have I = Il-H 12 = *(

6+sin”6), I2|Ii = 3/(3+ sin”6), and in scattering of natural light I = *(14—sin29), I./I =

1 – # sin”9. Finally, for antisymmetrical scattering we

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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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