## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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at a distance" law. It provides us with a straightforward way of calculating the

force on a given charge when the relative position with respect to the source

charge ...

**ELECTRIC**.**FIELD**. Coulomb's law is an example of what is known as an "actionat a distance" law. It provides us with a straightforward way of calculating the

force on a given charge when the relative position with respect to the source

charge ...

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From (12-23), we see that we can interpret the existence of the induced emf as

indicating the presence of a nonconservative induced

wire so that we can also write (17-3) in the form d<S> ,.Eind . ds = - - (17-6) In ...

From (12-23), we see that we can interpret the existence of the induced emf as

indicating the presence of a nonconservative induced

**electric field**Eind along thewire so that we can also write (17-3) in the form d<S> ,.Eind . ds = - - (17-6) In ...

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Then, taking the real parts of (24-116), we find the components of the

to be Er = E, cos(kz - ut + &,) (24-117) Ev = E2cos(kz - ut + &2) The description of

the

Then, taking the real parts of (24-116), we find the components of the

**electric field**to be Er = E, cos(kz - ut + &,) (24-117) Ev = E2cos(kz - ut + &2) The description of

the

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