## Electrodynamics of Continuous Media |

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A complete determination of the deformation requires a solution of the equations

of the theory of elasticity, with the

of the body. If, however, we are interested only in the change in volume, the ...

A complete determination of the deformation requires a solution of the equations

of the theory of elasticity, with the

**given**distribution of forces (5.1) on the surfaceof the body. If, however, we are interested only in the change in volume, the ...

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(17.7) The form of the last three terms is

with respect to E (for

relation D = —4tröösöEt, must accord with (17.6). Knowing b, we can obtain from

...

(17.7) The form of the last three terms is

**given**by the fact that the derivatives of Öwith respect to E (for

**given**temperature and internal stresses), found from therelation D = —4tröösöEt, must accord with (17.6). Knowing b, we can obtain from

...

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If we consider states of a ferroelectric with

ambiguity in the value of Dz, in the range of abscissae between C and C, and the

question arises of the physical significance of the two values. We shall assume

the ...

If we consider states of a ferroelectric with

**given**values of Ez, there is still anambiguity in the value of Dz, in the range of abscissae between C and C, and the

question arises of the physical significance of the two values. We shall assume

the ...

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Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

A conducting ellipsoid | 20 |

The forces on a conductor | 31 |

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