## Electrodynamics of Continuous Media |

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By the general laws of mechanics K can be determined by considering an

infinitesimal virtual

is related to K by 6% = —K-8-9, 6-p being the angle of the

through an ...

By the general laws of mechanics K can be determined by considering an

infinitesimal virtual

**rotation**of the body. The change in energy in such a**rotation**is related to K by 6% = —K-8-9, 6-p being the angle of the

**rotation**. A**rotation**through an ...

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The anglé of

constant g, and therefore the direction of

stereoisomers, and we therefore speak of dextrorotatory and laevorotatory

stereoisomers.

The anglé of

**rotation**per unit path length of the ray is of 2C. The sign of theconstant g, and therefore the direction of

**rotation**, are opposite for the twostereoisomers, and we therefore speak of dextrorotatory and laevorotatory

stereoisomers.

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(98.5) 1nc Let us now consider another case, where the incident wave is of a

single frequency but its components have varying directions of k which differ by

...

(98.5) 1nc Let us now consider another case, where the incident wave is of a

single frequency but its components have varying directions of k which differ by

**rotation**about some axis;f let 1 be a unit vector along that axis, and is the angle of...

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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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