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Since the energy in the field is by definition the total work done to establish it , we must

Since the energy in the field is by definition the total work done to establish it , we must

**consider**these contributions . Suppose for a moment that we have only a single circuit with a constant current I flowing in it .Page 208

For simplicity , we

For simplicity , we

**consider**scalar waves in only one dimension . The scalar amplitude u ( x ... Either w or k can be viewed as the independent variable when one**considers**making a linear superposition . Initially we will find it most ...Page 454

Since the gross overall effect is to lower the cross section below that predicted by ( 13.92 ) for whatever reason , we will

Since the gross overall effect is to lower the cross section below that predicted by ( 13.92 ) for whatever reason , we will

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

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