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Electromagnetism of Accelerated

Revolution Rotating in a Static Magnetic Field 283 10.2 Conducting Sphere

Rotating in a Uniform Magnetic Field 287 10.3 Motional E.M.F 289 10.4

Generators with ...

Electromagnetism of Accelerated

**Bodies**283 10.1 Conducting**Body**ofRevolution Rotating in a Static Magnetic Field 283 10.2 Conducting Sphere

Rotating in a Uniform Magnetic Field 287 10.3 Motional E.M.F 289 10.4

Generators with ...

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6.6 Static Electric Force on a Dielectric

immersed in the field of static electric charges. These sources induce volume

polarization charges, the density of which can be written as Pp - -div«e . (6.33)

The ...

6.6 Static Electric Force on a Dielectric

**Body**Figure 6.7 shows a dielectric**body**immersed in the field of static electric charges. These sources induce volume

polarization charges, the density of which can be written as Pp - -div«e . (6.33)

The ...

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During his tenure at the Swiss Patent 0ffice (1902-1909) Einstein became vitally

interested in the electrodynamics of moving

engineer included assessment of "new" dynamos and motors, and this led him to

...

During his tenure at the Swiss Patent 0ffice (1902-1909) Einstein became vitally

interested in the electrodynamics of moving

**bodies**[10.1]. His duties as a patentengineer included assessment of "new" dynamos and motors, and this led him to

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Kinematics in Inertial Axes | 1 |

Dynamics in Inertial Axes | 34 |

Vacuum Electrodynamics in Inertial Axes | 69 |

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