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That direction is by

by B , provided the dipole is ... be

the magnetic dipole : N = M X B ( 5.1 ) where u is the magnetic moment of the ...

That direction is by

**definition**the direction of the magnetic - flux density , denotedby B , provided the dipole is ... be

**defined**by the mechanical torque N exerted onthe magnetic dipole : N = M X B ( 5.1 ) where u is the magnetic moment of the ...

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A word needs to be said about basic units or standards , considered as

independent quantities , and derived units or standards , which are

both magnitude and dimension through theory and experiment in terms of the

basic units .

A word needs to be said about basic units or standards , considered as

independent quantities , and derived units or standards , which are

**defined**inboth magnitude and dimension through theory and experiment in terms of the

basic units .

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The electric field E is a derived quantity , customarily

unit charge . A more general

numerically proportional to the force per unit charge , with a proportionality

constant which ...

The electric field E is a derived quantity , customarily

**defined**to be the force perunit charge . A more general

**definition**would be that the electric field benumerically proportional to the force per unit charge , with a proportionality

constant which ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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