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The Kelvin transformation for a torus
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9.The previous result [Ret. 6, Eq. (31)] differs from the present one by having the factor a/b before cosθ, instead of a/2b. In fact, the present version is correct, the discrepancy having been traced to an error of a factor of 2 in the value of the integral denoted by among those whose sum gave the previous version.
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