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

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As e is assumed to be a function of pm alone, the second term is ±pi ±1_ aŁt_ ~8

« dpm K7 and therefore (15) becomes

all functionally related. We shall consider two cases: (a) an incompressible fluid ...

As e is assumed to be a function of pm alone, the second term is ±pi ±1_ aŁt_ ~8

« dpm K7 and therefore (15) becomes

**Equation**(**16**) shows that p, E? de/pm areall functionally related. We shall consider two cases: (a) an incompressible fluid ...

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Integrating equations (14) and (15), we get y - y o = r cos x - x o = ut + r sin. (^0. in

(me'') (16) with mc mc The curve represented by

. In, case ux vanishes at t = 0, we have from equation (15) u = -A = Be mc Be y ...

Integrating equations (14) and (15), we get y - y o = r cos x - x o = ut + r sin. (^0. in

(me'') (16) with mc mc The curve represented by

**equation**(**16**) is called a trochoid. In, case ux vanishes at t = 0, we have from equation (15) u = -A = Be mc Be y ...

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1 The constant of integration b remains arbitrary and is usually fixed by imposing

the condition that Bx vanishes at both z = +L and -L, From

) it then follows that the current also vanishes at these planes and the constants ...

1 The constant of integration b remains arbitrary and is usually fixed by imposing

the condition that Bx vanishes at both z = +L and -L, From

**equations**(**16**) and (20) it then follows that the current also vanishes at these planes and the constants ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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