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Mathematical and Mechanical Preliminaries
Coulombs Force Law The Electrostatic Field and Potential
Gausss Law Electrostatics Involving Conductors
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Ampere's law angle angular frequency applied field arbitrary assumed atom axis boundary conditions Calculate Chapter charge density charge distribution charge q charged particle circular closed surface conducting surface conductor Consequently considered constant coordinates cross section curl current carriers current density cylinder d'Alembert's equation defined dielectric discussion divergence theorem E-field electrons electrostatic energy electrostatic potential expression Faraday's law ferromagnetic field point finite flux follows force law Gauss's law grad identity induced integral interaction interface Laplace's equation linear loop macroscopic magnetic field magnetostatic magnitude matrix Maxwell's equations molecules motion moving orientation parallel paramagnetic permittivity perpendicular physical plane wave plasma point charge polar position vector produced quantities radiation radius region result right-hand side scalar side of eq solutions sphere static superconducting symmetry theorem theory time-dependent unit vector vacuum vanishes vector calculus identity vector point function vector potential velocity volume wire yields zero