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It should be noted that p, in general

since the distortion of the charge cloud

microscopic electric field due to the jth Fig. 4.1. A molecule with center of mass at

...

It should be noted that p, in general

**depends**on the position of x, of the molecule,since the distortion of the charge cloud

**depends**on the local field present. Themicroscopic electric field due to the jth Fig. 4.1. A molecule with center of mass at

...

Page 149

... we expect that the integral can be somehow transformed into the magnetic

moment (5.55). To accomplish this we use J x [(x'. V)B] = J x V(x'. B) = —V x [J(x' -

B)) (5.67) The first step

and ...

... we expect that the integral can be somehow transformed into the magnetic

moment (5.55). To accomplish this we use J x [(x'. V)B] = J x V(x'. B) = —V x [J(x' -

B)) (5.67) The first step

**depends**on the fact that V × B = 0 for the external field,and ...

Page 331

Then the solution for vi is a longitudinal magnetosonic wave with a phase velocity

: ulong = V s” + v 4” (10.73) Note that this wave propagates with a velocity which

...

Then the solution for vi is a longitudinal magnetosonic wave with a phase velocity

: ulong = V s” + v 4” (10.73) Note that this wave propagates with a velocity which

**depends**on the sum of hydrostatic and magnetic pressures, apart from factors of...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nē 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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