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The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per

representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per

volume) : f = PE + -J x B (11.126) c where J and p are the current and charge

densities.

The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per

**unit**volume (representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per

**unit**volume) : f = PE + -J x B (11.126) c where J and p are the current and charge

densities.

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action and the velocity of light in vacuum to be dimensionless and of

magnitude. The resulting system of

basic

or force or ...

action and the velocity of light in vacuum to be dimensionless and of

**unit**magnitude. The resulting system of

**units**(called "natural"**units**) has only onebasic

**unit**, customarily chosen to be length. All quantities, whether length or timeor force or ...

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4 Conversion of Equations and Amounts between Gaussian

The two systems of electromagnetic

Gaussian and rationalized mks systems. The mks system has the virtue of overall

...

4 Conversion of Equations and Amounts between Gaussian

**Units**and mks**Units**The two systems of electromagnetic

**units**in most common use today are theGaussian and rationalized mks systems. The mks system has the virtue of overall

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