## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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If the

charges that can be excluded from the

them, Poisson's equation reduces to v2 V = 0 (1.30) throughout the charge-free ...

If the

**region**is free of charges and the field is produced by charged surfaces or bycharges that can be excluded from the

**region**by closed surfaces drawn aboutthem, Poisson's equation reduces to v2 V = 0 (1.30) throughout the charge-free ...

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Hence in this

counter is a useful instrument FIG. sis-co." a discharge- for measuring the

intensity of the various sources of ionization mentioned above. In this service it is

generally ...

Hence in this

**region**600 620 640 660 680 700 Voltage Across Counter thecounter is a useful instrument FIG. sis-co." a discharge- for measuring the

intensity of the various sources of ionization mentioned above. In this service it is

generally ...

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For the purpose of calculating the magnetic energy from Eq. (9.27) consider that

the integration is carried out in two parts: (1) the

the

For the purpose of calculating the magnetic energy from Eq. (9.27) consider that

the integration is carried out in two parts: (1) the

**region**external to the wire, (2)the

**region**of the wire itself.**Region**1 is assumed to be very much greater than ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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