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Dynamical

are applied to the solid conductor, but mass motion does not in general occur.

The

stresses in ...

Dynamical

**effects**such as conduction and Hall**effect**are observed when fieldsare applied to the solid conductor, but mass motion does not in general occur.

The

**effects**of the applied fields on the atoms themselves are taken up asstresses in ...

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In considering the mechanical or electromagnetic

quantities as given, but the equations are, of course, coupled. In the limit of very

large conductivity it is convenient to relate the current density J in the force ...

In considering the mechanical or electromagnetic

**effects**we treated the oppositequantities as given, but the equations are, of course, coupled. In the limit of very

large conductivity it is convenient to relate the current density J in the force ...

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Hence it is worth while discussing them without the added and unnecessary

complication of including reaction

question is that a completely satisfactory treatment of the reactive

radiation does ...

Hence it is worth while discussing them without the added and unnecessary

complication of including reaction

**effects**. The remaining answer to the firstquestion is that a completely satisfactory treatment of the reactive

**effects**ofradiation does ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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