## Electrodynamics of Continuous Media |

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Adding the piezoelectric terms to the expression (13.1) for the electric

the crystal, we have Di = Doi + eiter + 4tryi,kiaki. (17.6) Corresponding additional

terms appear in the thermodynamic quantities. The thermodynamic potential of ...

Adding the piezoelectric terms to the expression (13.1) for the electric

**induction**inthe crystal, we have Di = Doi + eiter + 4tryi,kiaki. (17.6) Corresponding additional

terms appear in the thermodynamic quantities. The thermodynamic potential of ...

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As we know, the normal component of the

boundary between two media; this condition follows from the equation div B = 0,

which is universally valid. Since B = 0 in a superconductor, the normal

component ...

As we know, the normal component of the

**induction**must be continuous at anyboundary between two media; this condition follows from the equation div B = 0,

which is universally valid. Since B = 0 in a superconductor, the normal

component ...

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assumed that there is inside the body a magnetic

zero in the purely superconducting state to Her in the purely normal state. If we

ascribe a non-zero

...

assumed that there is inside the body a magnetic

**induction**B which varies fromzero in the purely superconducting state to Her in the purely normal state. If we

ascribe a non-zero

**induction**to the matter in the intermediate state, we must also...

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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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