Magnetostatics

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5 1 (mostly 1 st half) , 5 2, 5 3 Lecture 21
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stat·ic adj. For the special case of no time variations (i.e. statics ) the electric and magnetic fields are de coupled , and e can treat them separately! 1. a. Having no motion; being at rest; quiescent. b. Fixed; stationary. 2. Physics Of or relating to bodies at rest or forces that balance each other. 3. Electricity Of, relating to, or producing stationary charges; electrostatic. 4. Of, relating to, or produced by random radio noise. n. we can treat them separately! 1. Random noise, such as crackling in a receiver or
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Unformatted text preview: specks on a television screen, produced by atmospheric disturbance of the signal. 2. Informal a. Back talk. b. Interference; obstruction. c. Angry or heated criticism. Magnetostatics Remember the force between plates in a capacitor? Hmmmm. B = H Its all relative? 5 4, 5 5 Lecture 22 Dipoles Gauss Ampere ector Magnetic Potential Vector Magnetic Potential 5 6, 5 7, 5 8, 5 9 Lecture 23 Boundaries Inductors Inductance * self self * mutual...
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