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2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

electromagnetism we will take as our starting point the traditional choice of length

(l), mass (m), and time (t) as independent, basic units. Furthermore, we will ...

2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

**dimensions**ofelectromagnetism we will take as our starting point the traditional choice of length

(l), mass (m), and time (t) as independent, basic units. Furthermore, we will ...

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Thus for a long straight wire carrying a current I, the magnetic induction B at a

distance d has the magnitude (and

of the ratio of electric field to magnetic induction can be found from (A.1), (A.3), (A.

5), ...

Thus for a long straight wire carrying a current I, the magnetic induction B at a

distance d has the magnitude (and

**dimensions**) I B=2k,zz (A.6) The**dimensions**of the ratio of electric field to magnetic induction can be found from (A.1), (A.3), (A.

5), ...

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Combining (A.5) with (A.10), we find kg = (A.11) ! an equality holding for both

magnitude and

various systems of electromagnetic units differ in their choices of the magnitudes

and ...

Combining (A.5) with (A.10), we find kg = (A.11) ! an equality holding for both

magnitude and

**dimensions**. 3 Various Systems of Electromagnetic Units Thevarious systems of electromagnetic units differ in their choices of the magnitudes

and ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nš 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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