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As a final, important remark we note the physical meaning of F(x, x'). It is a
solution of Laplace's equation inside V and so represents the potential of a
system of charges external to the volume V. It can be thought of as the potential
due to an ...
This means that the equations which we write down to describe the physical laws
must be covariant in form. By covariant we mean that the equation can be written
so that both sides have the same, well-defined, transformation properties under ...
Table 4 Conversion table for given amounts of a physical quantity The table is
arranged so that a given amount of some physical quantity, expressed as so
many mks or Gaussian units of that quantity, can be expressed as an equivalent ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II
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