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The nonlinear

creation of permanent magnets . We can solve equations ( 5 . 112 ) for one

hysteresis ...

The nonlinear

**relation**( 5 . 87 ) and the phenomenon of hysteresis allow thecreation of permanent magnets . We can solve equations ( 5 . 112 ) for one

**relation**between Hin and Bin by eliminating M : Bin + 2Hin = 3B . ( 5 . 116 ) Thehysteresis ...

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( c ) What is the meaning of the singularity in the dispersion

w ? 10 . 7 Consider the problem of waves in an electronic plasma when an

external magnetic field Bo is present . Use the fluid model , neglecting the

pressure term ...

( c ) What is the meaning of the singularity in the dispersion

**relation**when k · v =w ? 10 . 7 Consider the problem of waves in an electronic plasma when an

external magnetic field Bo is present . Use the fluid model , neglecting the

pressure term ...

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Classical electron radius, 490, 589 Clausius-Mossotti

Completeness

mechanism, 430 relativistic kinematics of, 400; see also Energy loss, Scattering ...

Classical electron radius, 490, 589 Clausius-Mossotti

**relation**, 119 Closure, seeCompleteness

**relation**Collisions, between charged particles as energy-lossmechanism, 430 relativistic kinematics of, 400; see also Energy loss, Scattering ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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