## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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or U = ^ f div (VE)dv - J JE • grad 7 <to The first term may be shown in the

following way to vanish if the charges are located in a finite region: By the

theorem of flux (Appendix D) this volume

surface

or U = ^ f div (VE)dv - J JE • grad 7 <to The first term may be shown in the

following way to vanish if the charges are located in a finite region: By the

theorem of flux (Appendix D) this volume

**integral**may be transformed into asurface

**integral**f ...Page 292

The solid angle u subtended by the circuit is really not uniquely defined, for to it

could be added any

obtained in exact analogy to rotation about an axis. However, the gradient is ...

The solid angle u subtended by the circuit is really not uniquely defined, for to it

could be added any

**integral**multiple of 4t and the same solid angle would beobtained in exact analogy to rotation about an axis. However, the gradient is ...

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This can be seen by transforming the

inversely proportional to r and H is inversely proportional to r2, whereas the ...

This can be seen by transforming the

**integral**by the theorem of flux into a surface**integral**of the normal component of A X H over a surface at a great distance. A isinversely proportional to r and H is inversely proportional to r2, whereas the ...

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