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Note that we have

as mentioned earlier, that we are imagining all the charges as treated in the

mechanical part of the system and so use the microscopic equations which

involve ...

Note that we have

**written**only E and B in (6.90), and not H or D. The reason is,as mentioned earlier, that we are imagining all the charges as treated in the

mechanical part of the system and so use the microscopic equations which

involve ...

Page 283

... Integral To obtain vector equivalents to the Kirchhoff integral (9.63) we first note

that with the definition, G( 1 elkR 9.66 x, x' - - '7. R (9.66) the scalar form (9.63)

can be

...

... Integral To obtain vector equivalents to the Kirchhoff integral (9.63) we first note

that with the definition, G( 1 elkR 9.66 x, x' - - '7. R (9.66) the scalar form (9.63)

can be

**written**op(x) = f [Gn. Voy – pn - V'G] da' (9.67) s By**writing**down the result...

Page 385

4t " or, ( ) The right-hand side of (11.131) can be

tensor of the second rank. We define the symmetric tensor T., called the Auv2

electromagnetic stress-energy-momentum tensor, Toy = #sor. + P.P.F. (11.132) It

will ...

4t " or, ( ) The right-hand side of (11.131) can be

**written**as the divergence of atensor of the second rank. We define the symmetric tensor T., called the Auv2

electromagnetic stress-energy-momentum tensor, Toy = #sor. + P.P.F. (11.132) It

will ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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