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Already , in the definition of the magnetic - flux density B ( sometimes called the

Already , in the definition of the magnetic - flux density B ( sometimes called the

**magnetic induction**) , we have a more complicated situation than for the electric field . Further quantitative elucidation of magnetic phenomena did not ...Page 170

6.1 Faraday's Law of

6.1 Faraday's Law of

**Induction**The first quantitative observations relating time - dependent electric and**magnetic**fields were made by Faraday ( 1831 ) in experiments on the behavior of currents in circuits placed in time - varying ...Page

... 108 Magnet , permanent , 161 , 167 Magnetic dipole , see Dipole fields , Dipole moment Magnetic field H , boundary conditions on , 154 definition of macroscopic , 153 see also

... 108 Magnet , permanent , 161 , 167 Magnetic dipole , see Dipole fields , Dipole moment Magnetic field H , boundary conditions on , 154 definition of macroscopic , 153 see also

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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