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Page 133

Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until the

connection between currents and magnetic fields was established. A current

corresponds to charges in motion and is described by a

measured in ...

Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until the

connection between currents and magnetic fields was established. A current

corresponds to charges in motion and is described by a

**current density**J,measured in ...

Page 151

Furthermore, the atomic electrons possess intrinsic magnetic moments which

cannot be expressed in terms of a

to dipole fields which vary appreciably on the atomic scale of dimensions. To

treat ...

Furthermore, the atomic electrons possess intrinsic magnetic moments which

cannot be expressed in terms of a

**current density**. These moments can give riseto dipole fields which vary appreciably on the atomic scale of dimensions. To

treat ...

Page 312

With the neglect of the displacement current, the electromagnetic fields in the

fluid are described by dt (10.5) The ... To complete the specification of dynamical

equations we must specify the relation between the

fields ...

With the neglect of the displacement current, the electromagnetic fields in the

fluid are described by dt (10.5) The ... To complete the specification of dynamical

equations we must specify the relation between the

**current density**J and thefields ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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