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Suppose J(r) is constant in time, so (Prob. 7.60) ?(r, t)

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Problem 13P

Problem 13P

Suppose J(r) is constant in time, so (Prob. 7.60) ρ(r, t) = ρ(r, 0) + ρ? (r, 0)t. Show that

that is, Coulomb’s law holds, with the charge density evaluated at the non-retarded time.

Reference Prob. 7.60

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