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However, if we are limited to electrostatics, with

only from W, then E is called conservative: When we carry a charge about a

closed contour, no energy is gained or lost. To demonstrate this: Energy is force

QE ...

However, if we are limited to electrostatics, with

**dA**/**dt**= 0, so that E is derivedonly from W, then E is called conservative: When we carry a charge about a

closed contour, no energy is gained or lost. To demonstrate this: Energy is force

QE ...

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By contrast, if there is a dB/dt as in Figure 6.1 1b, then by Faraday's law there is a

curl of E. The line integral about the loop is not zero, and there is ... For the closed

contour a in Figure 6.12a, there is no

By contrast, if there is a dB/dt as in Figure 6.1 1b, then by Faraday's law there is a

curl of E. The line integral about the loop is not zero, and there is ... For the closed

contour a in Figure 6.12a, there is no

**dA**/**dt**, so E = — Wand it is conservative.Page 535

V/47re0c3 E= -VV-

4irr VA = -(\/c2)dV/dt F= Q&'/r* B = (1/c) F/l = 2//'/rc2 V . E = 4ttp, V-B = 0 V X E = - (

1/c) dB/dt V XB= (l/c)(47rj, + 9E/dt) V • D = 4irpf VB = 0 V X E = - (1/c) dB/dt V X H

...

V/47re0c3 E= -VV-

**dA**/**dt**B = Vx A r-J. Lorentz condition I p dv/4ire0r A = fi0\j dv/4irr VA = -(\/c2)dV/dt F= Q&'/r* B = (1/c) F/l = 2//'/rc2 V . E = 4ttp, V-B = 0 V X E = - (

1/c) dB/dt V XB= (l/c)(47rj, + 9E/dt) V • D = 4irpf VB = 0 V X E = - (1/c) dB/dt V X H

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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