## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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7 ) From this it is evident that the difference in potential between two points

depends only on the positions of the points and does not depend on the

particular

work that is done ...

7 ) From this it is evident that the difference in potential between two points

depends only on the positions of the points and does not depend on the

particular

**path**that is traversed in passing from one to the other . That is , thework that is done ...

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the

runs through a series of equivalent positive and negative values and the result is

zero . If the

the

**path**links the circuit or not . If the**path**does not link the circuit , the integrandruns through a series of equivalent positive and negative values and the result is

zero . If the

**path**links the circuit in the sense indicated in Fig . 9 . 17 , the solid ...Page 313

1 ) can be written $ E . di = Love where $ is the total flux enclosed by the

integration . It is unnecessary that the

conducting wire . This is evident from the fact that the tangential component of E

is ...

1 ) can be written $ E . di = Love where $ is the total flux enclosed by the

**path**ofintegration . It is unnecessary that the

**path**of integration should coincide with aconducting wire . This is evident from the fact that the tangential component of E

is ...

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