## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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When the fundamental

predict the possibility of the propagation of an

has the characteristic spatial and temporal relations associated with progressive

...

When the fundamental

**electromagnetic**equations are modified in this way, theypredict the possibility of the propagation of an

**electromagnetic**disturbance thathas the characteristic spatial and temporal relations associated with progressive

...

Page 532

A certain amount of the general theory will be developed in a later section, but

more emphasis will be laid on the phenomena associated with those lower

frequency

A certain amount of the general theory will be developed in a later section, but

more emphasis will be laid on the phenomena associated with those lower

frequency

**electromagnetic**waves that are generated by means of electric circuits.Page 611

system of units, 278, 352, 600

**Electromagnetic**equations, 533**Electromagnetic**instruments, 322ff.**Electromagnetic**machinery, 384/f.**Electromagnetic**reaction, 319**Electromagnetic**system of units, 278, 352, 600

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