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The right-hand side of (1.16) vanishes because dB/dt is finite at the surface and
the area of the loop is zero as the length of the short sides goes to zero. The right-
hand side of (1.15) does not vanish, however, if there is an idealized surface ...
The discontinuity formulas (1.19) and (1.20) for E and H are modified, however.
This comes about because the time derivative terms on the right-hand sides of (
1.15) and (1.16) no longer vanish. The sweeping of the interface past the
The fields and hence i//(x) will satisfy a radiation condition, With this condition on i
^ at S2 it is easily seen that the contribution from S2 in (9.123) vanishes at least
as the inverse of the radius of the hemisphere or sphere as the radius goes to ...
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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