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some later instant of time . Hence , as far as the averaged quantities are

concerned , Vit is legitimate to talk of static fields and charges . * Furthermore ,

the ...

An

**average**over them at that instant will yield the same result as an**average**atsome later instant of time . Hence , as far as the averaged quantities are

concerned , Vit is legitimate to talk of static fields and charges . * Furthermore ,

the ...

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... ( ei ) is their

the excess ( or free ) charge density . Usually the molecules are neutral , and the

total charge density p is just the free charge density . With the definitions of ( 4.36

) ...

... ( ei ) is their

**average**charge , and ( P :) is their**average**dipole moment . Pex isthe excess ( or free ) charge density . Usually the molecules are neutral , and the

total charge density p is just the free charge density . With the definitions of ( 4.36

) ...

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p ( ) r B ( 10.43 ) 877 p2 dr The

related to the total current I and radius R without specifying the detailed radial

behavior . Thus 27 rp ( r ) dr ( 10.44 ) TR2 Integration by parts and use of ( 10.40 )

gives ...

p ( ) r B ( 10.43 ) 877 p2 dr The

**average**pressure inside the cylinder can berelated to the total current I and radius R without specifying the detailed radial

behavior . Thus 27 rp ( r ) dr ( 10.44 ) TR2 Integration by parts and use of ( 10.40 )

gives ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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