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4.3 Macroscopic Electrostatics; Effects of Aggregates of Atoms The equations V •
e = 4V } (4.20) \7 x e = OJ govern electrostatic phenomena of all types, provided
the "microscopic" electric field e is derived from the total "microscopic" charge ...
6.10 Macroscopic Equations Although the equations of electrodynamics have
been written in macroscopic form for the most part in this chapter, the reader will
be aware that the derivation of the macroscopic equations from the microscopic ...
r; <Pmoi(x', «') I dt c(mmoi(x', t')> x V'- — —r d*x' (6.110) \|X — X |/Jret To this must
be added the standard contribution from the macroscopic conduction-current
density J(x, /). Solutions (6.106) and (6.110), augmented by the free-charge and ...
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