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The integration region is the whole dielectric volume. Now we shall rewrite (6.14)
in a familiar form. First, note that (x — x')/|x — x'|3 is equal to V'(l/|x — x'|), where V
is the gradient operator for x'. Next, convert the integrand by the identity P(Iy(v ...
We denote by J(x) the volume current density at the point x. The definition of J(x)
is that if dA is an infinitesimal area at x in the volume, then J(x) . dA is the net
charge per unit time passing through dA; that is, as illustrated in Fig. 7.3. In other
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This local conservation of charge is described mathematically by the continuity
equation dp Here p(x, t) is the volume charge density (= charge per unit volume),
and J(x, t) is the volume current density (= current per unit area). Equation (7.6) is
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