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

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a course of lectures A. K. Raychaudhuri. lr -fABV, (i).-?iv(f)»4 where r is the

distance of the field point P from 0. (Note that in the limit /-»(), A, B and 0 coincide.

) We now define q\ as the

reckoned ...

a course of lectures A. K. Raychaudhuri. lr -fABV, (i).-?iv(f)»4 where r is the

distance of the field point P from 0. (Note that in the limit /-»(), A, B and 0 coincide.

) We now define q\ as the

**dipole**moment y — it is a vector with its directionreckoned ...

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Normally the molecules are electrically neutral but depending on their structure

they may or may not have a

linear with the carbon atom at the centre and it has no intrinsic

the ...

Normally the molecules are electrically neutral but depending on their structure

they may or may not have a

**dipole**moment e.g. the carbon dioxide molecule islinear with the carbon atom at the centre and it has no intrinsic

**dipole**moment;the ...

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If j = pv = p r' , then t— = 57 (pr ) and thus the source is the second derivative of

the

chapter that a charge in uniform motion does not radiate but it docs radiate when

in ...

If j = pv = p r' , then t— = 57 (pr ) and thus the source is the second derivative of

the

**dipole**moment — this result is equivalent to what we shall see in a futurechapter that a charge in uniform motion does not radiate but it docs radiate when

in ...

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

Copyright | |

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