## Classical Electrodynamics |

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(N(x)(pmos(x))) (4.34) This is of the form of the first equation of (4.20) with the

charge density p' replaced by two terms, the first being the average charge per

unit

unit ...

(N(x)(pmos(x))) (4.34) This is of the form of the first equation of (4.20) with the

charge density p' replaced by two terms, the first being the average charge per

unit

**volume**of the molecules and the second being the polarization charge perunit ...

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(ex Hilo, (6.81) Since the

differential continuity equation or conservation law, #1 v.s--j-e (6.82) The vector S

, representing energy flow, is called Poynting's vector. It is given by S = i. (E x H) ...

(ex Hilo, (6.81) Since the

**volume**V is arbitrary, this can be cast into the form of adifferential continuity equation or conservation law, #1 v.s--j-e (6.82) The vector S

, representing energy flow, is called Poynting's vector. It is given by S = i. (E x H) ...

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The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per unit

representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per unit

densities.

The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per unit

**volume**(representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per unit

**volume**): f = 2E ++, × B (11.126) c where J and p are the current and chargedensities.

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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