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A X B would rotate the vector A through the smaller angle into the position

occupied by B. In terms of this concept Ampere's law of force would be

is an arbitrary constant which depends upon the units chosen, ri is a unit vector in

the ...

A X B would rotate the vector A through the smaller angle into the position

occupied by B. In terms of this concept Ampere's law of force would be

**written**r Cis an arbitrary constant which depends upon the units chosen, ri is a unit vector in

the ...

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the vector potential A the energy can be

integrand can be rewritten by means of the vector identity m„ • curl A = A • curl m„

+ div (A X m-) (appendix D) and as the volume integral of the divergence is equal

to the ...

the vector potential A the energy can be

**written**U = — I m- • curl A dv Theintegrand can be rewritten by means of the vector identity m„ • curl A = A • curl m„

+ div (A X m-) (appendix D) and as the volume integral of the divergence is equal

to the ...

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Thus ju may be

preceding equations reduce to and ^= -(G'+jC'u)V (14.26) for V and i' as functions

of x. By differentiating one or the other with respect to x and eliminating one

dependent ...

Thus ju may be

**written**for the partial derivative with respect to t and thepreceding equations reduce to and ^= -(G'+jC'u)V (14.26) for V and i' as functions

of x. By differentiating one or the other with respect to x and eliminating one

dependent ...

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