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10.3 Magnetic Diffusion, Viscosity, and Pressure The behavior of a fluid in the

presence of electromagnetic fields is governed to a large ... The time

dependence of the

the form: 2 ...

10.3 Magnetic Diffusion, Viscosity, and Pressure The behavior of a fluid in the

presence of electromagnetic fields is governed to a large ... The time

dependence of the

**magnetic field**can be written, using (10.8) to eliminate E, inthe form: 2 ...

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This

— 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y o 1, this magnetic induction is

equivalent to B ~4 V × { (11.119) c ro which is just the Ampère-Biot–Savart ...

This

**magnetic field**becomes almost equal to the transverse electric field E, as B— 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y o 1, this magnetic induction is

equivalent to B ~4 V × { (11.119) c ro which is just the Ampère-Biot–Savart ...

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These motions, caused by electric fields or by the gradient or curvature of the

Lorentz force equation. To complete our general survey of particle motion in ...

These motions, caused by electric fields or by the gradient or curvature of the

**magnetic field**, arise because of the peculiarities of the magnetic-force term in theLorentz force equation. To complete our general survey of particle motion in ...

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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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