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We observe that in the classical limit (ft— >0), these nonlinear effects go to zero.
Comparison with the classical Born-Infeld expression (1.4) shows that for small
nonlinearities, the quantum- mechanical field strength plays a role analogous to ...
It is nonlinear in the sense that the strength of the effect depends on the fine
structure constant times the external field and so involves the third power of
charge in the added potential. Higher order effects, such as Fig. 1.3 with three of
Dynamical effects such as conduction and Hall effect are observed when fields
are applied to the solid conductor, but mass motion does not in general occur.
The effects of the applied fields on the atoms themselves are taken up as
stresses in ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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