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We can obtain a differential form (i.e., a differential equation) by using the

divergence

defined within a volume V surrounded by the closed surface S the relation f Ana –

svar.

We can obtain a differential form (i.e., a differential equation) by using the

divergence

**theorem**. The divergence**theorem**states that for any vector field A(x)defined within a volume V surrounded by the closed surface S the relation f Ana –

svar.

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1.8 Green's

or continuous distributions of charge with no boundary surfaces, the general

solution (1.17) would be the most convenient and straightforward solution to any

...

1.8 Green's

**Theorem**If electrostatic problems always involved localized discreteor continuous distributions of charge with no boundary surfaces, the general

solution (1.17) would be the most convenient and straightforward solution to any

...

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As a final remark concerning the macroscopic field equations we discuss the

differences between the microscopic and macroscopic forms of Poynting's

macroscopic form ...

As a final remark concerning the macroscopic field equations we discuss the

differences between the microscopic and macroscopic forms of Poynting's

**theorem**. We derived the conservation of energy in Section 6.8 in themacroscopic form ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nş 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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