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

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For example, instead of the actual “microscopic” value of the

discuss its averaged value, denoted by E: (bl || PI (1.1) The fundamental

equations of the electrodynamics of continuous media are obtained by averaging

the ...

For example, instead of the actual “microscopic” value of the

**electric field**e, wediscuss its averaged value, denoted by E: (bl || PI (1.1) The fundamental

equations of the electrodynamics of continuous media are obtained by averaging

the ...

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Thermodynamic relations for dielectrics in an

change in thennodynamic properties owing to the presence of an

does not arise for conductors. Since there is no

any ...

Thermodynamic relations for dielectrics in an

**electric field**The question of thechange in thennodynamic properties owing to the presence of an

**electric field**does not arise for conductors. Since there is no

**electric field**inside a conductor,any ...

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Double refraction in an

anisotropic when placed in a static

as the result of a change in the permittivity due to the static field. Although this

change is ...

Double refraction in an

**electric field**An isotropic body becomes opticallyanisotropic when placed in a static

**electric field**This anisotropy may be regardedas the result of a change in the permittivity due to the static field. Although this

change is ...

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