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

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Thus, the

vector is normal to the front. With this, equations (16) and (17) which read k E = 0,

k H = 0 are trivially satisfied. Also from (26) or (27) we have (as k2 = coV) Ve IEI ...

Thus, the

**electromagnetic field**vectors lie in the wave front and the propagationvector is normal to the front. With this, equations (16) and (17) which read k E = 0,

k H = 0 are trivially satisfied. Also from (26) or (27) we have (as k2 = coV) Ve IEI ...

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24 Variational principle formulation of Maxwell's equations & Lagrangian

dynamics of charged particles in

developed of deriving the basic equations of physics from a variational principle^

it has the ...

24 Variational principle formulation of Maxwell's equations & Lagrangian

dynamics of charged particles in

**electromagnetic fields**A convention hasdeveloped of deriving the basic equations of physics from a variational principle^

it has the ...

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relation with Laplacian, IS Dirichlct boundary condition, 57 discontinuity in field,

10 potential, 11, 13 dispersion, 231 ... at right angles, 55

due to particle in non-uniform morion, 206 uniform motion, 193-197 motion of ...

relation with Laplacian, IS Dirichlct boundary condition, 57 discontinuity in field,

10 potential, 11, 13 dispersion, 231 ... at right angles, 55

**electromagnetic field**due to particle in non-uniform morion, 206 uniform motion, 193-197 motion of ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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