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Latest Electricity and Magnetism Notes
Derivation of Oerstead's Law from Maxwell's Laws
Using Faraday's Law of Electromagnetic Induction to Prove One of Maxwell's Laws
Proof That Integral of Magnetic Field Strength Around a Closed Loop Equals Current Through the Loop
Proof That the Magnetic Flux Through a Closed Surface is Zero
Flux Out of a Surface Contaioning Point Charges
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Conservation of Energy for Electromagnetic Fields in Terms of E and H
Derivation of Oerstead's Law from Maxwell's Laws
Derivation of the Magnetic Vector Potential for Stationary Electric and Magnetic Fields
Diamagnetism
Divergence of the Lorentz Force
Electric Displacement
Electric Field Due to a Dipole
Electric Field Due to a Long Charge Carrying Wire
Electric Field Due to Infinite Uniform Positive Charged Plate
Electric Potential Due to a Dipple
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