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Then the expansion of an arbitrary function f(&, m) is f(#, n) = 2, 2 a.m.U.($)W.(m)

(2.44) where b d 0nm –s d;s dm U,"(3)W,"(m)f($, m) (2.45) If the interval (a, b)

of ...

Then the expansion of an arbitrary function f(&, m) is f(#, n) = 2, 2 a.m.U.($)W.(m)

(2.44) where b d 0nm –s d;s dm U,"(3)W,"(m)f($, m) (2.45) If the interval (a, b)

**becomes**infinite, the set of orthogonal functions U,($) may**become**a continuumof ...

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Then the magnetic moment (5.55)

product (x, x v.) is proportional to the ith particle's orbital angular momentum, Li =

M.(x, x v.). Thus (5.62)

have ...

Then the magnetic moment (5.55)

**becomes**m = #26. x vi) (5.62) The vectorproduct (x, x v.) is proportional to the ith particle's orbital angular momentum, Li =

M.(x, x v.). Thus (5.62)

**becomes**- qi in -2Mc Li (5.63) If all the particles in motionhave ...

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Then inertial effects enter and the conductivity

at these same frequencies the description of collisions in terms of a frictional

force tends to lose its validity. The whole process

Then inertial effects enter and the conductivity

**becomes**complex. Unfortunatelyat these same frequencies the description of collisions in terms of a frictional

force tends to lose its validity. The whole process

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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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