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In the limit of very large conductivity it is convenient to relate the current density J

in the

infinite conductivity expression (10.9) to eliminate E from Faraday's law to yield ...

In the limit of very large conductivity it is convenient to relate the current density J

in the

**force equation**to the magnetic induction B via Ampère's law and to use theinfinite conductivity expression (10.9) to eliminate E from Faraday's law to yield ...

Page 384

Consequently to complete our discussion we must consider the covariant

formulation of the Lorentz

momentum and energy. The Lorentz

unit volume ...

Consequently to complete our discussion we must consider the covariant

formulation of the Lorentz

**force equation**and the conservation laws ofmomentum and energy. The Lorentz

**force equation**can be written as a force perunit volume ...

Page 405

From equations (12.2) and and (11.129) we see that we can write the

over the extent of the charge. If the particle's velocity is v and its total charge e,

then *P* ...

From equations (12.2) and and (11.129) we see that we can write the

**force****equation**in the form: d 1 *Pu 1 Jr., d'a: (12.62) dt c where the volume integral isover the extent of the charge. If the particle's velocity is v and its total charge e,

then *P* ...

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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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