## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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Gauss ' divergence theorem states that (£\da = fvArfr (1-59) The integrals are

taken over the total surface S and throughout the

element is dr. Again, for convenience, we have written the

single ...

Gauss ' divergence theorem states that (£\da = fvArfr (1-59) The integrals are

taken over the total surface S and throughout the

**volume**V whose**volume**element is dr. Again, for convenience, we have written the

**volume**integral with asingle ...

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We have proved this only for a

easily extend the proof to a region bounded by several surfaces, such as a

hollow ball. Figure 1-32 shows a

\ two ...

We have proved this only for a

**volume**bounded by a single surface, but we caneasily extend the proof to a region bounded by several surfaces, such as a

hollow ball. Figure 1-32 shows a

**volume**V surrounded by two surfaces 5! and S2\ two ...

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Therefore, the total rate at which energy is flowing into the

J2 -<f)Sda = S( da = S(2iral) = ^-(TM2/) = -^(

of (21-61) and where ma2l is the

...

Therefore, the total rate at which energy is flowing into the

**volume**is given by J2J2 -<f)Sda = S( da = S(2iral) = ^-(TM2/) = -^(

**volume**) (21-62) T J o o with the useof (21-61) and where ma2l is the

**volume**of the conductor. If we compare this with...

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