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Let us consider a circuit in a

generated in any manner. We denote by Ee the electric field which would be

induced by the

vary ...

Let us consider a circuit in a

**variable**external magnetic field He, which may begenerated in any manner. We denote by Ee the electric field which would be

induced by the

**variable**field He in the absence of conductors. Both H« and Eevary ...

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Such an effect arises because the magnetic field of the

conductor generates eddy currents, and therefore an additional dissipation of

energy, in the other conductor. For linear conductors this effect is negligible, but it

may ...

Such an effect arises because the magnetic field of the

**variable**current in oneconductor generates eddy currents, and therefore an additional dissipation of

energy, in the other conductor. For linear conductors this effect is negligible, but it

may ...

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This equation expresses the electric neutrality of the body as a whole, and

together with the condition P = 0 outside the body it shows that the total electric

moment of the body is J P d V. This derivation is evidently valid for

well as for ...

This equation expresses the electric neutrality of the body as a whole, and

together with the condition P = 0 outside the body it shows that the total electric

moment of the body is J P d V. This derivation is evidently valid for

**variable**aswell as for ...

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### 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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