## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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where p, is the normal component of the

dielectric. If the

of the coordinates and q; = 0, i.e., there is no net charge density within the ...

where p, is the normal component of the

**polarization**vector at the surface of thedielectric. If the

**polarization**is uniform throughout the dielectric, p, is independentof the coordinates and q; = 0, i.e., there is no net charge density within the ...

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Also, the average value of E over a region is not the effective value of the field,

under the influence of which a molecule is

itself contributes to the average value of E. Nor is it possible to calculate this field

...

Also, the average value of E over a region is not the effective value of the field,

under the influence of which a molecule is

**polarized**, for the**polarized**moleculeitself contributes to the average value of E. Nor is it possible to calculate this field

...

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... effective molecular electric moment a E must be supplemented by the mean

component of the permanent electric dipole in the direction of the field. It may be

shown that this leads on simple assumptions to an effective

23) ...

... effective molecular electric moment a E must be supplemented by the mean

component of the permanent electric dipole in the direction of the field. It may be

shown that this leads on simple assumptions to an effective

**polarization**- To ,--23) ...

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