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Boundary Conditions Invariant Under Conformal Transformations in Electrostatics?
in two dimensional electrostatics it is assumed that the whole physical system is translationally invariant in one direction. Here, the two-dimensional Laplace equation $$\Delta \phi(x,y) = ...
Jul 28 '11 at 15:02
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