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It is possible to calculate approximately the electrostatic field in a coaxial line with one slightly non‐circular conductor as a perturbation of that existing in the usual coaxial line. General expressions are then derived for the capacity per unit length and the characteristic impedance of such lines. In particular, these results are applied to the coaxial line with outer square conductor.