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Class Notes for Engineering and Applied Sciences Applied Physics 216 at Harvard University

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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

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Ap 216 lecture 5: green"s functions, mathematical screening, fourier. Problem: to find the fourier transform of screened green function (cid:71) (cid:7
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 11: Lecture 11

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Ap 216 lecture 11 forces, torques and responses of localized charge densities to. In this lecture the external electric and magnetic fields will always
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 10: Lecture 10

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Ap 216 lecture 10 potentials, green"s functions and interaction energies with ylm. Coulomb potential free space g - source in arbitrary place. Multiply
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Engineering and Applied Sciences Applied Physics 216 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vector Field, Solid Angle, Ds 4

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Ap 16 lecture 3 the fundamental vector field and helmholtz theorem. The most fundamental time independent vector field (cid:71) 1 (cid:71) (cid:71) (ci
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 13: Lecture 13

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Ap 216 lecture 13 forces on and energies of dielectric materials. Discussed force on moving monopole and dipoles of charge distribution due to external
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

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Ap 216 lecture 8 eigenfunctions and eigenvalues in electromagnetism spherical. Last lecture showed how the eigenfunctions of certain operators, like 2
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 17: Lecture 17

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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 21: Lecture 21

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There are a few ways to introduce the idea of an harmonic electromagnetic plane wave to you. The standard way is to tell you that they are solutions to
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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Ap 216 lecture 6 more potential theory, capacitance, forces on conductors, For n conductors each at potential vi (no free charges) x. Diagonal c"s are
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 1: Lecture 1

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D x t t (cid:71) (cid:71) (cid:71) (cid:71) Maxwell field equations = me (cid:71) (cid:71) (cid:71) (cid:71) Ap 216 lecture 1 introduction to the field
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 20: Lecture 20

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Ap 216 lecture 20 scalar waves, helmholtz equation, fourier optics. In the last lecture we studied the scalar wave equation for which. 22 and found the
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Applied Physics 216 Lecture 9: Lecture 9

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Ap 216 lecture 9 electrostatic problems with spherical symmetry. We now demonstrate the use of the ylm in electrostatics. Now separate variables solves
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