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surface-charge density <r(x) on it, and another surface S', lying close to S, have

an equal and opposite surface- charge density on it at neighboring points, ...

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**dipole**layer can be imagined as being formed by letting the surface S have asurface-charge density <r(x) on it, and another surface S', lying close to S, have

an equal and opposite surface- charge density on it at neighboring points, ...

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The basic entity in magnetic studies was what we now know as a magnetic

. In the presence of magnetic materials the

direction. That direction is by definition the direction of the magnetic-flux density,

...

The basic entity in magnetic studies was what we now know as a magnetic

**dipole**. In the presence of magnetic materials the

**dipole**tends to align itself in a certaindirection. That direction is by definition the direction of the magnetic-flux density,

...

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Considering only the magnetization term, we have the vector potential, A(x) = i*(

n x m) — (l - -J-) (9.33) r \ ikr/ where m is the magnetic

= - f(x x J) fx (9.34) J 2c J The fields can be determined by noting that the vector ...

Considering only the magnetization term, we have the vector potential, A(x) = i*(

n x m) — (l - -J-) (9.33) r \ ikr/ where m is the magnetic

**dipole**moment, m = (M d*x= - f(x x J) fx (9.34) J 2c J The fields can be determined by noting that the vector ...

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