## 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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distance" law. At the beginning of Chapter 3, we discussed the similar property of

Coulomb's law and we concluded that it would be useful to divide it into two parts

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**MAGNETIC**. INDUCTION. Ampere's law is another example of an "action at adistance" law. At the beginning of Chapter 3, we discussed the similar property of

Coulomb's law and we concluded that it would be useful to divide it into two parts

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In the electrical circuit, the moving charges comprising the current do not leave

the conductor, while in a general

of B to be out in the space surrounding the material. This flux " leakage" can

result ...

In the electrical circuit, the moving charges comprising the current do not leave

the conductor, while in a general

**magnetic**circuit, it is quite possible for the linesof B to be out in the space surrounding the material. This flux " leakage" can

result ...

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... 365, 519 Lorentz force, 233, 354 in Gaussian system, 370 Lorentz gauge, 366

Lorentz lemma, 404 Lorentz transformation, 502, 509 Lorenz-Lorentz law, 565

Lumped parameters, 449 M

charge, ...

... 365, 519 Lorentz force, 233, 354 in Gaussian system, 370 Lorentz gauge, 366

Lorentz lemma, 404 Lorentz transformation, 502, 509 Lorenz-Lorentz law, 565

Lumped parameters, 449 M

**Magnet**, 313, 328, 343 fields of, 344**Magnetic**charge, ...

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