## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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This expression may be shown by substitution to be a solution of Laplace's

n is a solution, i.e., VH2 = 0 Q for a circular coil can be found by obtaining a

solution ...

This expression may be shown by substitution to be a solution of Laplace's

**equation**, and since the sum of any number of terms of this form is also a solution,n is a solution, i.e., VH2 = 0 Q for a circular coil can be found by obtaining a

solution ...

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The differential

10.2)] were both first-order linear

the solutions were of the same type. [For the general solution see Eq. (C.6) of the

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The differential

**equations**for the charge q [Eq. (7.12)] and for the current i [Eq. (10.2)] were both first-order linear

**equations**with constant coefficients, and hencethe solutions were of the same type. [For the general solution see Eq. (C.6) of the

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The first of Fresnel's

certain angle of incidence it is possible to have the refracted ray perpendicular to

the reflected ray, i.e., 6 + 6" = ir/2. In this case the tangent in the denominator is ...

The first of Fresnel's

**equations**has a particularly interesting consequence. For acertain angle of incidence it is possible to have the refracted ray perpendicular to

the reflected ray, i.e., 6 + 6" = ir/2. In this case the tangent in the denominator is ...

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