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(N(x)(pmos(x))) (4.34) This is of the form of the first equation of (4.20) with the

charge

unit volume of the molecules and the second being the polarization charge per

unit ...

(N(x)(pmos(x))) (4.34) This is of the form of the first equation of (4.20) with the

charge

**density**p' replaced by two terms, the first being the average charge perunit volume of the molecules and the second being the polarization charge per

unit ...

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Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux

magnetic induction), we have a more complicated situation than for the electric

field. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

Already, in the definition of the magnetic-flux

**density**B (sometimes called themagnetic induction), we have a more complicated situation than for the electric

field. Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not occur until

the ...

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The corresponding relativistic expression without the

), dE) - (-e)"o. | (o) - | (#). –– ln a(0) 2 (13.78) We see that the

produces a simplification in that the asymptotic energy loss no longer depends

on the ...

The corresponding relativistic expression without the

**density**effect is, from (13.36), dE) - (-e)"o. | (o) - | (#). –– ln a(0) 2 (13.78) We see that the

**density**effectproduces a simplification in that the asymptotic energy loss no longer depends

on the ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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