## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Page Preface v CHAPTER I

Phenomena 1 1.2. The Law of Force between Elementary

9 1.3. Electric Field Strength and Potential 13 1.4. Gauss's Theorem for

Page Preface v CHAPTER I

**Electrostatics**1 1.1. Qualitative**Electrostatic**Phenomena 1 1.2. The Law of Force between Elementary

**Electrostatic**Charges9 1.3. Electric Field Strength and Potential 13 1.4. Gauss's Theorem for

**Electrostatics**16 ...Page 49

The situation is realized physically by connecting the conductors to batteries

which maintain their potentials at fixed values. The batteries then act as

additional sources of charge and energy. From Eq. (2.1) the change in

The situation is realized physically by connecting the conductors to batteries

which maintain their potentials at fixed values. The batteries then act as

additional sources of charge and energy. From Eq. (2.1) the change in

**electrostatic**energy ...Page 52

Familiar electrical-circuit techniques described in subsequent chapters can be

used to determine the potential difference corresponding to the scale reading of

an arbitrary

Familiar electrical-circuit techniques described in subsequent chapters can be

used to determine the potential difference corresponding to the scale reading of

an arbitrary

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