## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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9.9 As in the case of all these trajectories, the net motion of the particle is a drift in

the

displacement in the

is the ...

9.9 As in the case of all these trajectories, the net motion of the particle is a drift in

the

**direction**U; the particle starting from rest never achieves a greaterdisplacement in the

**direction**of the electric field than 2r'. Another interesting caseis the ...

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these domain moments are gradually oriented against the natural crystal forces

till they approach the

region of the magnetization curve associated with saturation. There are also

volume ...

these domain moments are gradually oriented against the natural crystal forces

till they approach the

**direction**of the field itself. This corresponds to the fartherregion of the magnetization curve associated with saturation. There are also

volume ...

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vector, and the

points. It should be mentioned that all quantities capable of representation by an

arrow are not vectors in the sense in which the term is here used. All directed

electric ...

vector, and the

**direction**associated with the vector is that in which the arrowpoints. It should be mentioned that all quantities capable of representation by an

arrow are not vectors in the sense in which the term is here used. All directed

electric ...

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