## Classical Electrodynamics |

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All quantities, whether length or time or force or energy, etc., are expressed if

terms of this one unit and have

There is nothing contrived or less fundamental about such a system than one ...

All quantities, whether length or time or force or energy, etc., are expressed if

terms of this one unit and have

**dimensions**which are powers of its**dimension**.There is nothing contrived or less fundamental about such a system than one ...

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2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

electromagnetism we will take as our ... This means that the

ratio of charge and current is that of time. f The continuity equation for charge and

...

2 Electromagnetic Units and Equations In discussing the units and

**dimensions**ofelectromagnetism we will take as our ... This means that the

**dimension**of theratio of charge and current is that of time. f The continuity equation for charge and

...

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Combining (A.5) with (A.10), we find k, -} (A.11) 0. an equality holding for both

magnitude and

various systems of electromagnetic units differ in their choices of the magnitudes

and ...

Combining (A.5) with (A.10), we find k, -} (A.11) 0. an equality holding for both

magnitude and

**dimensions**. 3 Various Systems of Electromagnetic Units Thevarious systems of electromagnetic units differ in their choices of the magnitudes

and ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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