## Classical Electrodynamics |

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6 Magnetic Fields of a Localized Current

consider the properties of a general current

small region of space , “ small ” being relative to the scale of length of interest to ...

6 Magnetic Fields of a Localized Current

**Distribution**; Magnetic Moment We nowconsider the properties of a general current

**distribution**which is localized in asmall region of space , “ small ” being relative to the scale of length of interest to ...

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has inside of it a uniform volume

parameter ß varies harmonically in time at frequency w . This corresponds to

surface waves on a sphere . Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making

the long ...

has inside of it a uniform volume

**distribution**of charge totaling Q . The smallparameter ß varies harmonically in time at frequency w . This corresponds to

surface waves on a sphere . Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making

the long ...

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Quadrupole moment , nuclear , 102 . of oscillating source , 275 see also

Multipole moment Power , radiated , angular

552 radiated , by charged particle , 470 , 472 radiated , by charged particle in

accelerators ...

Quadrupole moment , nuclear , 102 . of oscillating source , 275 see also

Multipole moment Power , radiated , angular

**distribution**of quadrupole , 275 ,552 radiated , by charged particle , 470 , 472 radiated , by charged particle in

accelerators ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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