## Classical Electrodynamics |

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At any instant of time the very many charges in the volume AV will be in all

possible states of motion . An

same result as an

averaged ...

At any instant of time the very many charges in the volume AV will be in all

possible states of motion . An

**average**over them at that instant will yield thesame result as an

**average**at some later instant of time . Hence , as far as theaveraged ...

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+ pex where N, is the number of molecules of type i per unit volume, (e) is their

free) charge density. Usually the molecules are neutral, and the total charge

density ...

+ pex where N, is the number of molecules of type i per unit volume, (e) is their

**average**charge, and (p,) is their**average**dipole moment. pes is the excess (orfree) charge density. Usually the molecules are neutral, and the total charge

density ...

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This is not the

from it by a set of terms which are the statement of energy conservation for the

fluctuating fields measuring the instantaneous departure of e and ß from E and B

...

This is not the

**average**of Poynting ' s theorem for microscopic fields , but differsfrom it by a set of terms which are the statement of energy conservation for the

fluctuating fields measuring the instantaneous departure of e and ß from E and B

...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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