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where sP is the contribution of molecules close to the given molecule , and ( 4/3 )

P is the contribution of the more distant molecules . It is customary ... Suppose

that inside the sphere we have a cubic array of dipoles such as are

where sP is the contribution of molecules close to the given molecule , and ( 4/3 )

P is the contribution of the more distant molecules . It is customary ... Suppose

that inside the sphere we have a cubic array of dipoles such as are

**shown in Fig**.Page 155

pillbox is oriented so that its faces are in regions 1 and 2 and parallel to the

surface boundary , S , as

V.B = 0 to yield ( B , – B . ) . n = 0 ( 5.88 ) where n is the unit normal to the surface

...

pillbox is oriented so that its faces are in regions 1 and 2 and parallel to the

surface boundary , S , as

**shown in Fig**. 5.9 , Gauss's theorem can be applied toV.B = 0 to yield ( B , – B . ) . n = 0 ( 5.88 ) where n is the unit normal to the surface

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For such small angles the angular distribution ( 14.39 ) can be written

approximately dP ( t ' ) do2 8 ej2 π 3 208 ( 70 ) ( 1 7720236 ( 14.41 ) The natural

angular unit is evidently 7-7 . , The angular distribution is

angles ...

For such small angles the angular distribution ( 14.39 ) can be written

approximately dP ( t ' ) do2 8 ej2 π 3 208 ( 70 ) ( 1 7720236 ( 14.41 ) The natural

angular unit is evidently 7-7 . , The angular distribution is

**shown in Fig**. 14.5 withangles ...

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