## Classical Electromagnetism, Volume 1CLASSICAL ELECTROMAGNETISM features a friendly, informal writing style. The text has received numerous accolades. |

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It consists of eight identical

expect that a ninth

the point marked "x." However, if a

It consists of eight identical

**positive**charges at the corners of a cube. One mightexpect that a ninth

**positive**charge might be trapped in the middle of the cube, atthe point marked "x." However, if a

**positive**charge were trapped there, it would ...Page 56

More briefly: If there is a

that is, there is a net

divergence. We use the divergence theorem to pass directly from the differential

to the ...

More briefly: If there is a

**positive**divergence, then field lines are being created;that is, there is a net

**positive**flux through a surface enclosing the**positive**divergence. We use the divergence theorem to pass directly from the differential

to the ...

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If (?is

minus sign in the image formula; and the images on the other side of the

conducting plane are all negative. The potential on the sphere is only due to Q;

the other ...

If (?is

**positive**, then the images in the sphere are all**positive**, because of theminus sign in the image formula; and the images on the other side of the

conducting plane are all negative. The potential on the sphere is only due to Q;

the other ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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