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I'm trying to find either an analytical or a semi-analytical method for solving the following P-B Eq.

with C and A being two constants. The equation is to be solved within a rectangle with constant boundary conditions.

If anyone has a clue, I'll be grateful.

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# A Yet another Poisson-Botzmann case

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