## Classical theory of electricity and magnetism: a course of lectures |

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So far we have come across the following

variables VD=4jtp (1) VxE = -J-B (2) ... To get over this difficulty

(40 by the addition of a new term so that it became VxH=^-D+^± (4) Taking the ...

So far we have come across the following

**equations**for the electromagnetic .fieldvariables VD=4jtp (1) VxE = -J-B (2) ... To get over this difficulty

**Maxwell**modified(40 by the addition of a new term so that it became VxH=^-D+^± (4) Taking the ...

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Equation (2) on taking the divergence gives 57- (V-B) = 0 (7) Equation (7) shows

that if at a particular instant of time (3) is satisfied ... Thus if solution of the

electromagnetic field problems from

problem, ...

Equation (2) on taking the divergence gives 57- (V-B) = 0 (7) Equation (7) shows

that if at a particular instant of time (3) is satisfied ... Thus if solution of the

electromagnetic field problems from

**Maxwell equations**is posed as a Cauchyproblem, ...

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We have already mentioned about phenomenological relations to supplement

we introduce Ohm's law in the form j = aE + pu (11) The equations become

simpler ...

We have already mentioned about phenomenological relations to supplement

**Maxwell's equations**. ... be a superposition of conduction and convection effects,we introduce Ohm's law in the form j = aE + pu (11) The equations become

simpler ...

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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