## Electrodynamics of Continuous MediaCovers the theory of electromagnetic fields in matter, and the theory of macroscopic electric and magnetic properties of matter. There is a considerable amount of new material particularly on the theory of the magnetic properties of matter and the theory of optical phenomena with new chapters on spatial dispersion and non-linear optics. |

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We shall not repeat the derivation, which is similar to that of (14.1), but merely

give the

analogue of (32.5), to deduce that the dielectric susceptibility of any substance is

...

We shall not repeat the derivation, which is similar to that of (14.1), but merely

give the

**result**: d& = -$SnH2dV/%n. (32.9) In §14 we used the formula (1 1.7), ananalogue of (32.5), to deduce that the dielectric susceptibility of any substance is

...

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At first sight it might appear that this contradicts the

do no work on moving charges. In reality, of course, there is no contradiction,

since the work done by the Lorentz forces in a moving conductor includes not

only ...

At first sight it might appear that this contradicts the

**result**that the Lorentz forcesdo no work on moving charges. In reality, of course, there is no contradiction,

since the work done by the Lorentz forces in a moving conductor includes not

only ...

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altered.f An intuitive statement of this

intersect the surface of the superconductor, and so cannot escape from the

aperture of the ring. The above

case of ...

altered.f An intuitive statement of this

**result**is that the lines of force can neverintersect the surface of the superconductor, and so cannot escape from the

aperture of the ring. The above

**results**can be immediately generalized to thecase of ...

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### Contents

ELECTROSTATICS OF CONDUCTORS 51 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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