## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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We also found in (10-55) that it can also be written solely in terms of the free

charge density for a linear isotropic homogeneous dielectric: v%=-% (n2) If the

relevant charge densities are zero, both of these reduce to

%=0 ...

We also found in (10-55) that it can also be written solely in terms of the free

charge density for a linear isotropic homogeneous dielectric: v%=-% (n2) If the

relevant charge densities are zero, both of these reduce to

**Laplace's equation**v%=0 ...

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Similarly, one can prove a uniqueness theorem for Poisson s equation, although

we do not find it necessary to do so. The significance of this result (1 l-9) from a

practical point of view is that, once we find a solution of

Similarly, one can prove a uniqueness theorem for Poisson s equation, although

we do not find it necessary to do so. The significance of this result (1 l-9) from a

practical point of view is that, once we find a solution of

**Laplace's equation**, ...Page 236

Equation 12-25 is another example of a constitutive equation, as is D= eE, and

only experiment can decide whether it is suitable ... This result provides one with

an experimental method of solving

...

Equation 12-25 is another example of a constitutive equation, as is D= eE, and

only experiment can decide whether it is suitable ... This result provides one with

an experimental method of solving

**Laplace's equation**by setting up the required...

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