Okey Dokey, so I'm bored and decided to play around with some math. I've got a problem that I can't figure out now; I have the green's function for the laplacian(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]G(\vec{x}, \vec{x'}) = - \frac{1}{4\pi |\vec{x} - \vec{x'}|}[/tex]

There are no boundary conditions.

Is there any lazy way to figure out the div of the curl of the green's function, or do I have to do some work on this one?

[EDIT]: The lack of coffee is getting to me, it's the curlof a gradientof the green's function.

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# Curl of a Div of a Green's Function

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