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If the circuit C is

If the circuit C is

**moving**with a velocity v in some direction , as shown in Fig . 6.2 , the total time derivative in ( 6.4 ) must take into account this motion . The flux through the circuit may change because ( a ) the flux changes ...Page 503

( e ) What relevance have the results of ( c ) and to the radiation properties of a steady current in a loop ? 14.12 As an idealization of steady - state currents flowing in a circuit , consider a system of N identical charges q

( e ) What relevance have the results of ( c ) and to the radiation properties of a steady current in a loop ? 14.12 As an idealization of steady - state currents flowing in a circuit , consider a system of N identical charges q

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... see Diffraction Fresnel formula for velocity of light in

... see Diffraction Fresnel formula for velocity of light in

**moving**media , 349 Fresnel formulas for reflected and refracted plane waves , 219 , 220 Fresnel integrals and diffraction , 306 Faraday's law , for**moving**circuit , 172 in ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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