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Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux density B (sometimes called the

field. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux density B (sometimes called the

**magnetic induction**), we have a more complicated situation than for the electricfield. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

Page 167

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. (a) Show that for z > 0 the

by an image current distribution, J*, with components, pu – 1 pu – 1 pu – 1 - ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. (a) Show that for z > 0 the

**magnetic induction**can be calculated by replacing the medium of permeability uby an image current distribution, J*, with components, pu – 1 pu – 1 pu – 1 - ...

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... 108 Magnet, permanent, 161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Dipole

moment Magnetic field H, boundary conditions on, 154 definition of macroscopic,

153 see also

... 108 Magnet, permanent, 161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Dipole

moment Magnetic field H, boundary conditions on, 154 definition of macroscopic,

153 see also

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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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