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The general solution for a boundary-value problem in

be written in terms of

3.33): where oo *G.0 o-3-3 l=0 m [4-r + Blar “*”]Yin (0, b) (3.61) If the potential is ...

The general solution for a boundary-value problem in

**spherical**coordinates canbe written in terms of

**spherical**harmonics and powers of r in a generalization of (3.33): where oo *G.0 o-3-3 l=0 m [4-r + Blar “*”]Yin (0, b) (3.61) If the potential is ...

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In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the

scalar potential was used extensively for problems possessing some symmetry

property with respect to an origin ofcoordinates. Not only was it useful in handling

...

In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the

**spherical**harmonic expansion of thescalar potential was used extensively for problems possessing some symmetry

property with respect to an origin ofcoordinates. Not only was it useful in handling

...

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Self-stress, and Poincaré stresses, 592 Lorentz transformation of, 591 of charged

particle, 590 Separation of variables, in cylindrical coordinates, 69 in rectangular

coordinates, 47 in

Self-stress, and Poincaré stresses, 592 Lorentz transformation of, 591 of charged

particle, 590 Separation of variables, in cylindrical coordinates, 69 in rectangular

coordinates, 47 in

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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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