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Physics 835: Problem Set 8
Due Wednesday, March 9, 2005 by 5PM 1. Jackson, (10.4) (a) and (b) only. 2. Derive Jackson, eq. (10.7) from eq. (10.6) (which was basically derived in class). 3. In class we derived an expression for the Green's function of
Physics 835: Problem Set 7.
Due Wednesday, March 2 by 5PM. 1. Prove the following properties of vector spherical harmonics and the operators L: (a). Jackson (9.20). (This proof was sketched in class.) (b). L L = iL. (c). Show that the operator multip
Physics 835: Problem Set 6.
Due Wednesday, February 23 by 5PM. 1. Fill in the steps to go from Jackson (9.40) to (9.44). 2. Jackson, problem 9.2 3. A wire loop of radius a, carrying current I is rotated about a diameter with constant angular velocity
Physics 835: Problem Set 5 Due Wednesday, February 16 by 5PM
All problems worth 10 pts. unless otherwise stated. 1. Jackson, Problem 8.6. In part (a), omit the plots. Rather than doing part (b), just nd the lowest resonant frequency for a cavity of t