## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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of the box in the medium of

2.2S) The second condition is obtained from the fact that no work is done in ...

of the box in the medium of

**dielectric constant**k1 and D2 for that in the medium of**dielectric constant**k2, Eq. (2.26) yields D2 - ds – D1 ds = q. ds Or Din – D2n = q. (2.2S) The second condition is obtained from the fact that no work is done in ...

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of the box in the medium of

(2.28). The second condition is obtained from the fact that no work is done in ...

of the box in the medium of

**dielectric constant**k1 and D2 for that in the medium of**dielectric constant**K2, Eq. (2.26) yields D2 - ds – D1 ds = q., ds Or Din – D2n = q.(2.28). The second condition is obtained from the fact that no work is done in ...

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The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

**dielectric****constant**of these gases are also very small in terms of ordinary units. However ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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