## Classical Electrodynamics |

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... that for atoms in a simple cubic lattice s = 0 at any lattice site. The argument

depends on the symmetry of the problem, as can be seen as follows. Suppose

that inside the sphere we have a cubic array of dipoles such as are

...

... that for atoms in a simple cubic lattice s = 0 at any lattice site. The argument

depends on the symmetry of the problem, as can be seen as follows. Suppose

that inside the sphere we have a cubic array of dipoles such as are

**shown in Fig**...

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pillbox is oriented so that its faces are in regions 1 and 2 and parallel to the

surface boundary, S, as

B = 0 to yield (B2 - B). n = 0 (5.88) where n is the unit normal to the surface

directed ...

pillbox is oriented so that its faces are in regions 1 and 2 and parallel to the

surface boundary, S, as

**shown in Fig**. 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 ...

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Two of the simpler unstable distortions will be described. The first is the kink

instability,

the column are bunched together above, and separated below, the column by the

...

Two of the simpler unstable distortions will be described. The first is the kink

instability,

**shown in Fig**. 10.8a. The lines of azimuthal magnetic induction nearthe column are bunched together above, and separated below, the column by the

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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