## Electromagnetism and Relativity: With Particular Reference to Moving Media and Electromagnetic Induction |

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### Contents

CHAPTER | 3 |

Field Components in Material Media | 11 |

The FirstOrder Magnetic Field of an Electrostatic | 29 |

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aether apparent polarization axis calculated clock coil conduction current conductor consider constant curl H current circuit current loop cylinder density dipole displacement e.m.f. induced effective conduction electrons electric charge electric field electromagnetic field electromagnetic force electromagnetic induction electromagnetic mass electron theory electrostatic field equal equivalent experiment field intensity first-order free charges free space given grad ij0H induced e.m.f. inertia inside intensity of magnetization kinetic energy line-integral Lorentz transformation magnetic energy magnetic field magnetic flux magnetic poles magnetized body mass Maxwell's equations Meissner effect momentum motion moving body moving charge moving circuit moving magnet moving with velocity observer obtained parallel path perpendicular plates polarized dielectric principle of relativity radial reference system relation resultant field scalar single-valued sphere stationary superconducting suppose surface charge surface current tangential component Theory of Relativity time-rate of change toroid unit volume valid vector potential wire zero