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The potential energy of a permanent magnetic moment (or dipole) in an external
magnetic field can be obtained from either the force (5.69) or the torque (5.71). If
we interpret the force as the negative gradient of a potential energy U, we find ...
to a magnetic dipole with moment m=±!^-Ho forzScO (5.131) where H0 is the
tangential magnetic field on the z = 0+ side of the plane in the absence of the
hole. Figure 9.4 shows qualitatively how the magnetic field lines distort to give
rise to ...
Problem 6.15 (a) Calculate the electric and magnetic fields between the plates to
second order in powers of the frequency (or wave number), neglecting the effects
of fringing fields. (b) Calculate the volume integrals of w« and wm that enter the ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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