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Both scalar potential Vand vector potential A can contribute to the energy of a

charged particle by means of the E and B fields they are associated with: dt and B

= V XA For the magnetic field, the force Lorentz Qv X B is always perpendicular to

the displacement, so no work is done by a constant B. The E field can do work on

a charge, with or without the assistance of

electrostatics, with

Both scalar potential Vand vector potential A can contribute to the energy of a

charged particle by means of the E and B fields they are associated with: dt and B

= V XA For the magnetic field, the force Lorentz Qv X B is always perpendicular to

the displacement, so no work is done by a constant B. The E field can do work on

a charge, with or without the assistance of

**dA**/**dt**. However, if we are limited toelectrostatics, with

**dA**/**dt**= 0, so that E is derived only from W, then E is called ...Page 149

The energy comes from whatever provides the dB/dt. The closed-contour test is

illustrated for three cases in Figure 6.12. For the closed contour a in Figure 6.12a,

there is no

work is done in carrying a test charge completely around the closed contour

labeled a. That is the situation in electrostatics. In Figure 6.12b, there is a

solenoid at the center with a changing B. Outside of the solenoid, at loop a,

is proportional ...

The energy comes from whatever provides the dB/dt. The closed-contour test is

illustrated for three cases in Figure 6.12. For the closed contour a in Figure 6.12a,

there is no

**dA**/**dt**, so E = — Wand it is conservative. There is no curl, and no network is done in carrying a test charge completely around the closed contour

labeled a. That is the situation in electrostatics. In Figure 6.12b, there is a

solenoid at the center with a changing B. Outside of the solenoid, at loop a,

**dA**/**dt**is proportional ...

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The following table displays some of the more important equations of electro-

magnetism in SI and Gaussian units. SI Gaussian Coulomb's law Biot-Savart law

Parallel currents Maxwell's equations Maxwell's equations in material

Constitutive relations Lorentz force Energy density Poyn ting's vector Larmor

formula Potentials F= Qe747re0r2 B = (M0/47r) F/l= fj.0II727rr PP dv V • E = Pt/e0

V-B = 0 V X E = - dB/

The following table displays some of the more important equations of electro-

magnetism in SI and Gaussian units. SI Gaussian Coulomb's law Biot-Savart law

Parallel currents Maxwell's equations Maxwell's equations in material

Constitutive relations Lorentz force Energy density Poyn ting's vector Larmor

formula Potentials F= Qe747re0r2 B = (M0/47r) F/l= fj.0II727rr PP dv V • E = Pt/e0

V-B = 0 V X E = - dB/

**dt**V X B = M0Jt + Mo«o3E/d* V • D = pf V-B = 0 V X E = - dB/**dt**V X H = Jf + ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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