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That is, physical phenomena are the same when viewed by two observers

experimentally verified) that the same current is induced in a circuit whether it is

That is, physical phenomena are the same when viewed by two observers

**moving**with a constant velocity v relative to one ... It is obvious (i.e.,experimentally verified) that the same current is induced in a circuit whether it is

**moved**while the ...Page 172

If the circuit C is

the total time derivative in (6.4) must take into account this motion. The flux

through the circuit may change because (a) the flux changes with time at a point,

or (b) ...

If the circuit C is

**moving**with a velocity v in some direction, as shown in Fig. 6.2,the total time derivative in (6.4) must take into account this motion. The flux

through the circuit may change because (a) the flux changes with time at a point,

or (b) ...

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(e) What relevance have the results of (c) and (d) to the radiation properties of a

steady current in a loop? As an idealization of steady-state currents flowing in a

circuit, consider a system of N identical charges q

(e) What relevance have the results of (c) and (d) to the radiation properties of a

steady current in a loop? As an idealization of steady-state currents flowing in a

circuit, consider a system of N identical charges q

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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