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Note that d() has a positive sign if 0 is an acute angle, i.e., when the observation
point views the “inner” side of the dipole layer. The potential can be written: q}(x)
= -spo d(2 (1.26) Fig. 1.7 The potential at P due to the dipole. [Sect.
This can be seen by letting the observation point come infinitesimally close to the
double layer. The double layer is now imagined to consist of two parts, one being
a small disc directly under the observation point. The disc is sufficiently small ...
Then the observation point may be in the near zone, less than a wavelength
away from the diffracting system. The near-zone fields are complicated in
structure and of little interest. Points many wavelengths away from the diffracting
system, but ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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