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If the circuit C is

the total time derivative in (6.4) must take into account this motion. The flux

through the circuit may change because (a) the flux changes with time at a point,

or (b) ...

If the circuit C is

**moving**with a velocity v in some direction, as shown in Fig. 6.2,the total time derivative in (6.4) must take into account this motion. The flux

through the circuit may change because (a) the flux changes with time at a point,

or (b) ...

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(Note that for a real circuit the stationary positive ions in the conductors will

produce an electric field which just cancels that due to the

14.13 Assume that the instantaneous power spectrum radiated by an electron in

a ...

(Note that for a real circuit the stationary positive ions in the conductors will

produce an electric field which just cancels that due to the

**moving**charges.)14.13 Assume that the instantaneous power spectrum radiated by an electron in

a ...

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... Radiation Fresnel diffraction, see Diffraction Fresnel formula for velocity of light

in

219, 220 Fresnel integrals and diffraction, 306 Galilean invariance, 348, 369 and

...

... Radiation Fresnel diffraction, see Diffraction Fresnel formula for velocity of light

in

**moving**media, 349 Fresnel formulas for reflected and refracted plane waves,219, 220 Fresnel integrals and diffraction, 306 Galilean invariance, 348, 369 and

...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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