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88 ) where n is the unit

and the subscripts refer to values at the surface in the two media . If we now

consider a small , narrow circuit C , as shown in Fig . 5 . 9 , with

to ...

88 ) where n is the unit

**normal**to the surface directed from region 1 into region 2 ,and the subscripts refer to values at the surface in the two media . If we now

consider a small , narrow circuit C , as shown in Fig . 5 . 9 , with

**normal**n ' parallelto ...

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If n is the unit

inward into the conductor , then the gradient operator can be written а :

neglecting the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the conductor

.

If n is the unit

**normal**outward from the conductor and & is the**normal**coordinateinward into the conductor , then the gradient operator can be written а :

neglecting the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the conductor

.

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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 ,

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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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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