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Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux density B (sometimes called the

field. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux density B (sometimes called the

**magnetic induction**), we have a more complicated situation than for the electricfield. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

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John David Jackson. (a) Show that for z > 0 the

calculated by replacing the medium of permeability n by an image current

distribution, J*, with components, (b) Show that for z < 0 the

appears to be ...

John David Jackson. (a) Show that for z > 0 the

**magnetic induction**can becalculated by replacing the medium of permeability n by an image current

distribution, J*, with components, (b) Show that for z < 0 the

**magnetic induction**appears to be ...

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... 108 Magnet, permanent, 161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Di- pole

moment Magnetic field H, boundary conditions on, 154 definition of macroscopic,

153 see also

... 108 Magnet, permanent, 161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Di- pole

moment Magnetic field H, boundary conditions on, 154 definition of macroscopic,

153 see also

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Scalar potential | 7 |

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