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1 jx log " C . 54) ˝" : Proof. " 1 x; y; log "/ defined in scaled coordinates in such a way that R. 66) R. 0; y/; R. ; y; log "/ ! 0 as j j ! 68) where y 2 ˝" : The solution of the above problem has the form R. 0; 0/g 1 C . 38). 74) is estimated by Const ", uniformly with respect to x 2 @F"c and y 2 ˝" . x; y/j Ä Const "; which is uniform for x; y 2 ˝" . 61)) also involves the capacitary potential P" from Sect. 1. 78) uniformly with respect to x; y 2 ˝" . 79) uniformly with respect to x; y 2 ˝" .
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42), implies for j j > 1 that 1 C j j jU. /j Ä C max jU. 42) once more, we complete the proof. 18). 2. The solution hN . 1 C jÁj/ 1 j j 2 j j2 ˇ ˇ ˇhN . 45) as j j > 2 and Á 2 R2 n F . Proof. The leading-order approximation of the harmonic function hN . ; Á/, as j j ! C1 1 C C2 2 /: Applying Green’s formula in BR n F to hN . ; Á/ and Dj . / limit, as R ! 1 jxjDR hN . Dj . Dj . / j/ Z D @F C. j Dj . // @hN . ; Á/ dS ; @n j; and taking the @hN . 46) where @=@n is the normal derivative in the direction of the inward normal with respect to F .