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Then application of Stokes's theorem [if A(x) is a vector field, S is an open surface

, and C is the closed curve bounding S, f.A. a. -s v x A) - n da where di is a line

element of C, n is the

Then application of Stokes's theorem [if A(x) is a vector field, S is an open surface

, and C is the closed curve bounding S, f.A. a. -s v x A) - n da where di is a line

element of C, n is the

**normal**to S, and the path C is traversed in a right-hand ...Page 155

5.9, Gauss's theorem can be applied to V. B = 0 to yield (B2 - B). n = 0 (5.88)

where n is the unit

the subscripts refer to values at the surface in the two media. If we now consider a

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5.9, Gauss's theorem can be applied to V. B = 0 to yield (B2 - B). n = 0 (5.88)

where n is the unit

**normal**to the surface directed from region 1 into region 2, andthe subscripts refer to values at the surface in the two media. If we now consider a

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If n is the unit

inward into the conductor, then the gradient operator can be written V c –n 0. 05

neglecting the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the conductor

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If n is the unit

**normal**outward from the conductor and 5 is the**normal**coordinateinward into the conductor, then the gradient operator can be written V c –n 0. 05

neglecting the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the conductor

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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