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

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However it brings in a similarity in the reciprocal relation of

fields — a change of B brings in an electric field (equation 2) and a change of E

causes a magnetic field (equation 4). ,. We have already mentioned about ...

However it brings in a similarity in the reciprocal relation of

**electric, and magnetic**fields — a change of B brings in an electric field (equation 2) and a change of E

causes a magnetic field (equation 4). ,. We have already mentioned about ...

Page 137

Thus, both thc

which they are reduced by a factor Me is (c/aoo). For metals the conductivity term

is usually much greater than the dielectric constant. Hence, we have to a fairly ...

Thus, both thc

**electric and magnetic**field vectors are damped out — the depth inwhich they are reduced by a factor Me is (c/aoo). For metals the conductivity term

is usually much greater than the dielectric constant. Hence, we have to a fairly ...

Page 309

In case the

, one may reduce the field to a simple electric or magnetic field by a Lorentz

transformation. Thus suppose E^H2 and take the >-and z-dircctions along E and

H ...

In case the

**electric and magnetic**fields are orthogonal in one frame so that EH =0, one may reduce the field to a simple electric or magnetic field by a Lorentz

transformation. Thus suppose E^H2 and take the >-and z-dircctions along E and

H ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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