## Classical Electrodynamics |

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e = 4mp' 4.20 V x e = 0 (4.20) govern electrostatic phenomena of all types,

provided the “microscopic” electric field e is derived from the total “microscopic” ...

4.3

**Macroscopic**Electrostatics; Effects of Aggregates of Atoms The equations V -e = 4mp' 4.20 V x e = 0 (4.20) govern electrostatic phenomena of all types,

provided the “microscopic” electric field e is derived from the total “microscopic” ...

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been written in

be aware that the derivation of the

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**Macroscopic**Equations Although the equations of electrodynamics havebeen written in

**macroscopic**form for the most part in this chapter, the reader willbe aware that the derivation of the

**macroscopic**equations from the microscopic ...Page 633

fields, definition of B and H, 153 definition of E and D, 108 Magnet, permanent,

161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Dipole moment Magnetic field H, ...

**Macroscopic**equations, derivation of, for time-varying fields, 194**Macroscopic**fields, definition of B and H, 153 definition of E and D, 108 Magnet, permanent,

161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Dipole moment Magnetic field H, ...

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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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