## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The electric field E is of course the force per unit charge on a test charge located

at the point, but when dimensions of atomic magnitude are

longer be

The electric field E is of course the force per unit charge on a test charge located

at the point, but when dimensions of atomic magnitude are

**considered**, E may nolonger be

**considered**uniform. Also, the average value of E over a region is not ...Page 94

The contribution of this excluded area may generally be made negligible in the

electrostatic problem and the integral J'„E • ds over a completely enclosing area

is equal to the charge on the electrode,

The contribution of this excluded area may generally be made negligible in the

electrostatic problem and the integral J'„E • ds over a completely enclosing area

is equal to the charge on the electrode,

**considered**as an isolated conductor, ...Page 300

By Stokes's theorem <l,j = J* B • ds = A • dl, u = i ' di This is the energy from the

point of view of closed filamentary circuits that may be

distributed in any way throughout a conductor or series of conductors. The sum of

the ...

By Stokes's theorem <l,j = J* B • ds = A • dl, u = i ' di This is the energy from the

point of view of closed filamentary circuits that may be

**considered**to bedistributed in any way throughout a conductor or series of conductors. The sum of

the ...

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