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Review: Course of Theoretical Physics: Vol. 8, Electrodynamics of Continuous Media
User Review  Bessel  GoodreadsOut of all the book collections out there, Dau's Course of Theoretical Physics just might be my favorite. (Yes, even more so than Feynman's Lectures on Physics!) These books are very concise and ... Read full review
Review: Course of Theoretical Physics: Vol. 8, Electrodynamics of Continuous Media
User Review  Joecolelife  GoodreadsIn the beginning there was ether. Then Maxwell discovered his wonderful equations and Einstein, drawing inspiration therefrom, discovered Relativity. There was no longer an ether. Thank God! For ... Read full review
Contents
ELECTROSTATICS OF CONDUCTORS 1 The electrostatic field of conductors  1 
2 The energy of the electrostatic field of conductors  3 
3 Methods of solving problems in electrostatics  9 
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angle anisotropy atoms averaging axes axis body boundary condition calculated charge circuit coordinates coefficient components conducting conductor constant corresponding crosssection crystal Curie point curl curlH current density cylinder denote depends derivative determined dielectric permeability difference differentiating diffraction dipole direction discontinuity distance e(to effect electric field electromagnetic electrons electrostatic ellipsoid entropy equation expression external field external magnetic field ferroelectric ferromagnetic fluid flux force formula free energy frequency function given gives grad Hence induction integral isotropic Laplace's equation layer Let us consider linear macroscopic magnetic field magnetisation magnitude Maxwell's equations medium metal normal obtain optical particle perpendicular phase piezoelectric plane polarisation Problem propagation properties pyroelectric quantities radius refraction relation respect result rotation scalar scattering selfinductance Solution sphere suffixes superconducting surface symmetry tangential temperature theory thermodynamic equilibrium thermodynamic potential tion uniform unit volume values variable velocity wave vector wire zero