## Classical Electrodynamics |

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20 ) with the charge density p ' replaced by two terms , the first being the average

charge per unit

charge per unit

20 ) with the charge density p ' replaced by two terms , the first being the average

charge per unit

**volume**of the molecules and the second being the polarizationcharge per unit

**volume**. The presence of the divergence in the polarization ...Page 190

83 ) . The physical meaning of the integral or differential form ( 6 . 81 ) or ( 6 . 82 )

is that the time rate of change of electromagnetic energy within a certain

plus the energy flowing out through the boundary surfaces of the

83 ) . The physical meaning of the integral or differential form ( 6 . 81 ) or ( 6 . 82 )

is that the time rate of change of electromagnetic energy within a certain

**volume**,plus the energy flowing out through the boundary surfaces of the

**volume**per ...Page 384

The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per unit

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

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 B ( 11 . 126 ) where J and p are the current and chargedensities .

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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