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With a sinusoidal time

equations take the form: v x E = i to B V. B = 0 c (8.16) v × B = —ius “E v. E = 0 c

where it is assumed that the cylinder is filled with a uniform nondissipative ...

With a sinusoidal time

**dependence**e-" for the fields inside the cylinder, Maxwell'sequations take the form: v x E = i to B V. B = 0 c (8.16) v × B = —ius “E v. E = 0 c

where it is assumed that the cylinder is filled with a uniform nondissipative ...

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The electromagnetic potentials and fields are assumed to have the same time

(x, t) in the Lorentz gauge is A(x, 0 = } s **sar Jor) ost + B = x1 — i) (9.2) c |x — x"|

c ...

The electromagnetic potentials and fields are assumed to have the same time

**dependence**. It was shown in Chapter 6 that the solution for the vector potential A(x, t) in the Lorentz gauge is A(x, 0 = } s **sar Jor) ost + B = x1 — i) (9.2) c |x — x"|

c ...

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Both formulas contain the same “diffraction” distribution factor [J.(kaš)|kaśl and

the same

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Both formulas contain the same “diffraction” distribution factor [J.(kaš)|kaśl and

the same

**dependence**on wave number. But the scalar result has no azimuthal**dependence**(apart from that contained in 5), whereas the vector expression does.

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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