## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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available energy is the difference between the product of the pressure and

liquid evaporation the

metal is ...

available energy is the difference between the product of the pressure and

**volume**for the electron gas on the two sides of the boundary. As in the case ofliquid evaporation the

**volume**occupied by a unit charge of electrons within themetal is ...

Page 191

available energy is the difference between the product of the pressure and

liquid evaporation the

metal is ...

available energy is the difference between the product of the pressure and

**volume**for the electron gas on the two sides of the boundary. As in the case ofliquid evaporation the

**volume**occupied by a unit charge of electrons within themetal is ...

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The significance of the concept of divergence may be seen from a consideration

of the infinitesimal

representing, say, : the flow of a fluid or an electric current, at -- - - v _óvo dx Yx v.

rox.

The significance of the concept of divergence may be seen from a consideration

of the infinitesimal

**volume**element in Fig. D.9. I t ! The value of the vector,representing, say, : the flow of a fluid or an electric current, at -- - - v _óvo dx Yx v.

rox.

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