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All quantities , whether length or time or force or energy , etc. , are expressed in terms of this one unit and have

All quantities , whether length or time or force or energy , etc. , are expressed in terms of this one unit and have

**dimensions**which are powers of its**dimension**. There is nothing contrived or less fundamental about such a system than ...Page 613

2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

**dimensions**of electromagnetism we will take as our starting point the traditional ... This means that the**dimension**of the ratio of charge and current is that of time .Page 615

Thus for a long straight wire carrying a current I , the magnetic induction B at a distance d has the magnitude ( and

Thus for a long straight wire carrying a current I , the magnetic induction B at a distance d has the magnitude ( and

**dimensions**) I B = 2kza ā ( A.6 ) The**dimensions**of the ratio of electric field to magnetic induction can be found ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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