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

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CHAPTERII ELECTROSTATICS OF

of substances, namely

a ...

CHAPTERII ELECTROSTATICS OF

**DIELECTRICS**§6. The electric field in**dielectrics**WE SHALL now go on to consider a static electric field in another classof substances, namely

**dielectrics**. The fundamental property of**dielectrics**is thata ...

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The linear relation between them is therefore a simple proportionalityzi D = t~:E. (

7.1) The coefficient s is the permittivity or

constant of the substance and is a function of its thermodynamic state. As well as

the ...

The linear relation between them is therefore a simple proportionalityzi D = t~:E. (

7.1) The coefficient s is the permittivity or

**dielectric**penneabilit y or**dielectric**constant of the substance and is a function of its thermodynamic state. As well as

the ...

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Current (continued) in a moving conductor 217-22 steady (Ill) 8611'. magnetic

field of 107-13 superconductivity I82-5 surface I07 Curvilinear coordinates 452-3

Cylinder conducting 14, 15-16, 17, I12, 206-7

Current (continued) in a moving conductor 217-22 steady (Ill) 8611'. magnetic

field of 107-13 superconductivity I82-5 surface I07 Curvilinear coordinates 452-3

Cylinder conducting 14, 15-16, 17, I12, 206-7

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