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2.10 Separation of variables in rectangular

suggested reading , 50 . Problems , 51 . 54 chapter 3. Boundary - Value

Problems in Electrostatics , II 3.1 Laplace's equation in spherical

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2.10 Separation of variables in rectangular

**coordinates**, 47 . References andsuggested reading , 50 . Problems , 51 . 54 chapter 3. Boundary - Value

Problems in Electrostatics , II 3.1 Laplace's equation in spherical

**coordinates**, 54.

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The observer is at the point P. At t = t ' = 0 the origins of the two

systems coincide and the charge q is at its closest ... In the frame K ' the

observer's point P , where the fields are to be evaluated , has

ta ' = 0 , xy ...

The observer is at the point P. At t = t ' = 0 the origins of the two

**coordinate**systems coincide and the charge q is at its closest ... In the frame K ' the

observer's point P , where the fields are to be evaluated , has

**coordinates**ty ' = b ,ta ' = 0 , xy ...

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Ives - Stilwell experiment , 364 Jacobian , in Lorentz transformation of

f . Kirchhoff diffraction , see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation , 188

use of , in ...

Ives - Stilwell experiment , 364 Jacobian , in Lorentz transformation of

**coordinates**, 376 in transforming delta functions , 79 Kinematics , relativistic , 394f . Kirchhoff diffraction , see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation , 188

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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