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0 ( ) 4.6 Molecular Polarizability and Electric Susceptibility In this section and the

next we will consider the relation between molecular

macroscopically defined parameter, the electric susceptibility x. Our discussion

will be in ...

0 ( ) 4.6 Molecular Polarizability and Electric Susceptibility In this section and the

next we will consider the relation between molecular

**properties**and themacroscopically defined parameter, the electric susceptibility x. Our discussion

will be in ...

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If, however, the dielectric

contributions in (4.99) are not necessarily the same. In fact, we have just

calculated the change in energy brought about by introducing a dielectric body

into an ...

If, however, the dielectric

**properties**are altered, e(x) → e(x) + 6e(x) (4.100) thecontributions in (4.99) are not necessarily the same. In fact, we have just

calculated the change in energy brought about by introducing a dielectric body

into an ...

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7.5 Reflection and Refraction of Electromagnetic Waves at a Plane Interface

between Dielectrics The reflection and refraction of light at a plane surface

between two media of different dielectric

various ...

7.5 Reflection and Refraction of Electromagnetic Waves at a Plane Interface

between Dielectrics The reflection and refraction of light at a plane surface

between two media of different dielectric

**properties**are familiar phenomena. Thevarious ...

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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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