## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The potential inside the sphere describes a constant electric field parallel to the

the potential is equivalent to the

...

The potential inside the sphere describes a constant electric field parallel to the

**applied**field with magnitude 3 Ein = _ E . < E . ( 4 . 61 ) € + 2 Outside the spherethe potential is equivalent to the

**applied**field E , plus the field of an electric dipole...

Page 119

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. field strengths is a constant

which characterizes the response of the molecules to an

Section 4 . 4 ) . Equation ( 4 . 72 ) can be combined with ( 4 . 36 ) and ( 4 . 67 ) to

yield : P ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. field strengths is a constant

which characterizes the response of the molecules to an

**applied**field ( seeSection 4 . 4 ) . Equation ( 4 . 72 ) can be combined with ( 4 . 36 ) and ( 4 . 67 ) to

yield : P ...

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Conduction occurs when there are free or quasi-free electrons which can move

under the action of

bound, but can move considerable distances on the atomic scale within the

crystal ...

Conduction occurs when there are free or quasi-free electrons which can move

under the action of

**applied**fields. In a solid conductor, the electrons are actuallybound, but can move considerable distances on the atomic scale within the

crystal ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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