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15 ) the electric field ( a vector ) is derived from a

. Since one function of position is easier to deal with than three , it is worth while

concentrating on the

15 ) the electric field ( a vector ) is derived from a

**scalar**by the gradient operation. Since one function of position is easier to deal with than three , it is worth while

concentrating on the

**scalar**function and giving it a name . Consequently we ...Page 296

111 ) ' I 2 kaç as the

solid angle in the

2 ) , ( ka ) 2 - Pi * cos o ( 9 . 112 ) d22 T2 cos a II ka where P , is given by ( 9 .

111 ) ' I 2 kaç as the

**scalar**equivalent of ( 9 . 102 ) . The power radiated per unitsolid angle in the

**scalar**Kirchhoff approximation is COSO ( ka ) 2 cos a + cos 0 22 ) , ( ka ) 2 - Pi * cos o ( 9 . 112 ) d22 T2 cos a II ka where P , is given by ( 9 .

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Multipole Fields In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the spherical harmonic

expansion of the

some symmetry property with respect to an origin of coordinates . Not only was it

...

Multipole Fields In Chapters 3 and 4 on electrostatics the spherical harmonic

expansion of the

**scalar**potential was used extensively for problems possessingsome symmetry property with respect to an origin of coordinates . Not only was it

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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