## Classical Electrodynamics |

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6.2, the total time

through the circuit may change because (a) the flux changes with time at a point,

or (b) the translation of the circuit changes the location of the boundary. It is easy

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6.2, the total time

**derivative**in (6.4) must take into account this motion. The fluxthrough the circuit may change because (a) the flux changes with time at a point,

or (b) the translation of the circuit changes the location of the boundary. It is easy

...

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The other result which we wish to obtain from (6.70) is the so-called Kirchhoff

representation of the field inside the volume V in terms of the values of p and its

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The other result which we wish to obtain from (6.70) is the so-called Kirchhoff

representation of the field inside the volume V in terms of the values of p and its

**derivatives**on the boundary surface S. We thus assume that there are no sources...

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Past

its ordinary time

(11.62) we see that a certain proper time interval (T2 – Ti) will be seen in the ...

Past

**derivative**will behave in the same way because of the invariance of dr. Butits ordinary time

**derivative**will not have the same transformation properties. From(11.62) we see that a certain proper time interval (T2 – Ti) will be seen in the ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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