## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Consider any hypothetical closed surface and form the sum of each infinitesimal

element composing the surface times the

at the element. The outward

Consider any hypothetical closed surface and form the sum of each infinitesimal

element composing the surface times the

**normal**component of the electric fieldat the element. The outward

**normal**component is reckoned as positive.Page 89

The components of this vector along the three Cartesian axes represent the rate

of passage of charge per unit area

of flow of charge through an area ds whose

The components of this vector along the three Cartesian axes represent the rate

of passage of charge per unit area

**normal**to these axes. And in general the rateof flow of charge through an area ds whose

**normal**makes an angle 6 with i, is i, ...Page 241

The phenomena described under the next heading result in the dislocation or

disruption of the

of the gas. In general, if none of the electrons are completely removed, the

structure ...

The phenomena described under the next heading result in the dislocation or

disruption of the

**normal**electron structures surrounding the atoms or moleculesof the gas. In general, if none of the electrons are completely removed, the

structure ...

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