## Classical Electrodynamics |

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All quantities, whether length or time or force or energy, etc., are expressed if

terms of this one unit and have

There is nothing contrived or less fundamental about such a system than one ...

All quantities, whether length or time or force or energy, etc., are expressed if

terms of this one unit and have

**dimensions**which are powers of its**dimension**.There is nothing contrived or less fundamental about such a system than one ...

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2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

electromagnetism we will take as our ... This means that the

ratio of charge and current is that of time.f The continuity equation for charge and

...

2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

**dimensions**ofelectromagnetism we will take as our ... This means that the

**dimension**of theratio of charge and current is that of time.f The continuity equation for charge and

...

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Only when we define other field quantities may it be convenient to insert

Consequently, with no ...

Only when we define other field quantities may it be convenient to insert

**dimensional**proportionality constants in the definitions in order to adjust the**dimensions**and magnitude of these fields relative to the electric field.Consequently, with no ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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