## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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As the unit of charge is not defined through Coulomb ' s law on this system , a

certain types of calculations a 41 is written explicitly as part of this

As the unit of charge is not defined through Coulomb ' s law on this system , a

**constant**of proportionality will appear in the equation . As a convenience incertain types of calculations a 41 is written explicitly as part of this

**constant**and ...Page 72

Equation ( 2 . 38 ) for the local polarizing field is frequently known as the

ClausiusMosotti formula . If a linear relation exists between the field and the

polarization , Po may be written in terms of E and the susceptibility or dielectric

Equation ( 2 . 38 ) for the local polarizing field is frequently known as the

ClausiusMosotti formula . If a linear relation exists between the field and the

polarization , Po may be written in terms of E and the susceptibility or dielectric

**constant**as po ...Page 580

Here A , B , and C are

discussion of this equation is possible , it is necessary to consider the auxiliary

equation Adapte + Box + Ca = 0 ( C . 2 ) This is the same as Eq . ( C . 1 ) , except

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Here A , B , and C are

**constants**and f ( t ) is any function of t . Before a completediscussion of this equation is possible , it is necessary to consider the auxiliary

equation Adapte + Box + Ca = 0 ( C . 2 ) This is the same as Eq . ( C . 1 ) , except

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