## Classical Electrodynamics |

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some later instant of time. Hence, as far as the averaged quantities are

concerned, it is legitimate to talk of static fields and charges.” Furthermore, the

averaging ...

An

**average**over them at that instant will yield the same result as an**average**atsome later instant of time. Hence, as far as the averaged quantities are

concerned, it is legitimate to talk of static fields and charges.” Furthermore, the

averaging ...

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(10.43) The

current I and radius R without specifying the detailed radial behavior. Thus 2m

TR (p) = + | rp(r) dr (10.44) TR* Jo Integration by parts and use of (10.40) gives I?

(10.43) The

**average**pressure inside the cylinder can be related to the totalcurrent I and radius R without specifying the detailed radial behavior. Thus 2m

TR (p) = + | rp(r) dr (10.44) TR* Jo Integration by parts and use of (10.40) gives I?

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The ions merely provide a uniform background of positive charge to give

electrical neutrality on the

and indeed the concept of an electron fluid, is valid only when we are

considering a ...

The ions merely provide a uniform background of positive charge to give

electrical neutrality on the

**average**. The idea of a uniform background of charge,and indeed the concept of an electron fluid, is valid only when we are

considering a ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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