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useful to introduce a concept one step removed from the forces , the concept of

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**Electric Field**Although the thing that eventually gets measured is a force , it isuseful to introduce a concept one step removed from the forces , the concept of

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**electric field**due to some array of charged bodies . At the moment , the electric...

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But far away from the hole in terms of its dimensions ) , although still “ near the

conducting plane , " the fields will be the same as if the hole were not there ,

namely , normal E , and tangential B . . The

shown in ...

But far away from the hole in terms of its dimensions ) , although still “ near the

conducting plane , " the fields will be the same as if the hole were not there ,

namely , normal E , and tangential B . . The

**electric field**lines might appear asshown in ...

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The

unit charge . A more general definition would be that the

numerically proportional to the force per unit charge , with a proportionality

constant which ...

The

**electric field**E is a derived quantity , customarily defined to be the force perunit charge . A more general definition would be that the

**electric field**benumerically proportional to the force per unit charge , with a proportionality

constant which ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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