## Classical Electrodynamics |

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That direction is by

by B, provided the dipole is sufficiently ...

exerted on the magnetic dipole: N = p. x B (5.1) where u is the magnetic moment

of ...

That direction is by

**definition**the direction of the magnetic-flux density, denotedby B, provided the dipole is sufficiently ...

**defined**by the mechanical torque Nexerted on the magnetic dipole: N = p. x B (5.1) where u is the magnetic moment

of ...

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By

of the rod in K". ... Each type of particle decays at rest with a well-

mean life) which is unaltered by external fields, apart from nuclear or atomic ...

By

**definition**Lo = 2,' – 21', where 21" and z2 are the coordinates of the end pointsof the rod in K". ... Each type of particle decays at rest with a well-

**defined**lifetime (mean life) which is unaltered by external fields, apart from nuclear or atomic ...

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Macroscopic equations, derivation of, for time-varying fields, 194 Macroscopic

fields,

unit of,

, ...

Macroscopic equations, derivation of, for time-varying fields, 194 Macroscopic

fields,

**definition**of B and H, 153**definition**... 134 relativistic transformation of, 380unit of,

**defined**in terms of force, 136 Magnetic mirror, 149, 423 Magnetic moment, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nš 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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