## Course of theoretical physics: Electrodynemics of continuous media |

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For all these representations, the order parameter can be the

component of the vector P, and the theory based on the thermodynamic potential

(19.1) is applicable to them. The components of P in a plane perpendicular to the

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For all these representations, the order parameter can be the

**corresponding**component of the vector P, and the theory based on the thermodynamic potential

(19.1) is applicable to them. The components of P in a plane perpendicular to the

...

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electric field is given by the integral 1 6D 1t I A comparison with the above

formulae shows that, if the components of the vector E at each point are taken as

the quantities 7,, the

...

electric field is given by the integral 1 6D 1t I A comparison with the above

formulae shows that, if the components of the vector E at each point are taken as

the quantities 7,, the

**corresponding**quantities f, will be the components of D. (The...

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55 surface

is perpendicular to ON, and touches the ray surface not at one point but along a

curve, which is found to be a circle. In Fig. 55 the trace of this plane is shown by ...

55 surface

**corresponds**to a singular tangent plane to the ray surface. This planeis perpendicular to ON, and touches the ray surface not at one point but along a

curve, which is found to be a circle. In Fig. 55 the trace of this plane is shown by ...

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