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Similarly, the infinitesimal contour C has its long arms on either side of the
boundary and is oriented so that the normal to its spanning surface is tangent to
the interface. We first apply the integral statements (1.13) and (1.14) to the
volume of ...
All that (1.22) says is that there is a discontinuity of 4tt<t in the normal component
of electric field in crossing a surface with a surface- charge density a, the crossing
being made in the direction of n. The tangential component of electric field can ...
surface of the conductor: J = aEc= ^/^d-OCnxHK40 0/8 (8.13) The time-average
rate of dissipation of energy per unit volume in ohmic losses is jJ • E* = (1/2(t) |J|\
so that the total rate of energy dissipation in the conductor for the volume lying ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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