## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Fortunately, the simpler

analysis. Before examining how the detailed

related to the susceptibility we must make a distinction between the fields acting

on the ...

Fortunately, the simpler

**properties**of dielectrics are amenable to classicalanalysis. Before examining how the detailed

**properties**of the molecules arerelated to the susceptibility we must make a distinction between the fields acting

on the ...

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If , however , the dielectric

) the contributions in ( 4 . 99 ) are not necessarily the same . In fact , we have just

calculated the change in energy brought about by introducing a dielectric body ...

If , however , the dielectric

**properties**are altered , € ( x ) = f ( x ) + de ( x ) ( 4 . 100) the contributions in ( 4 . 99 ) are not necessarily the same . In fact , we have just

calculated the change in energy brought about by introducing a dielectric body ...

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( 1 ) Kinematic

i n ' ( 6 ) Snell ' s law : = - , where i , r are the angles of incidence and refraction ,

while n , n ' are the corresponding indices of refraction . ( 2 ) Dynamic

( 1 ) Kinematic

**properties**: ( a ) Angle of reflection equals angle of incidence . sini n ' ( 6 ) Snell ' s law : = - , where i , r are the angles of incidence and refraction ,

while n , n ' are the corresponding indices of refraction . ( 2 ) Dynamic

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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