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The potential energy of a permanent magnetic moment ( or dipole ) in an external magnetic field can be obtained from either the force ( 5.69 ) or the torque ( 5.72 ) . If we interpret the force as the negative gradient of a potential ...
We will see that , depending on the conductivity , quite different behaviors of the fields occur . The time dependence of the magnetic field can be written , using ( 10.8 ) to eliminate E , in the form : дв c2 = V x ( v x B ) + VB at ...
This magnetic field becomes almost equal to the transverse electric field E , as B → 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y ~ 1 , this magnetic induction is equivalent to 9V Xr B - p3 ( 11.119 ) which is just the Ampère - Biot ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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