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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 22 Chapters 29 and 30 Page 1 Complete Laws of Electromagnetism Maxwell’s Equations (with matter) Integral Form Gauss’s Law for E ∫ = ⋅ o q A d E ε Gauss’s Law for B ∫ = ⋅ A d B Faraday’s Law ∫ Φ- = ⋅ = dt d r d E mf B ind ε Ampère’s Law ∫ Φ + = ⋅ dt d I r d B E o o o ε μ μ Discussion of Maxwell’s Equations Lecture 22 Chapters 29 and 30 Page 2 Integral Form Gauss’s Law for E ∫ = ⋅ A d E Gauss’s Law for B ∫ = ⋅ A d B Faraday’s Law ∫ Φ- = ⋅ = dt d r d E mf B ind ε Ampère’s Law ∫ Φ = ⋅ dt d r d B E o o ε μ Discussion of Maxwell’s Equations Lecture 22 Chapters 29 and 30 Page 3 Electromagnetic Waves To Date: we discussed two independent regimes of theory: First Category (independent theories) 1. electrostatics 2. magnetic fields of steady currents in conductors: What happens when these E and B fields interact? Second What happens when these E and B fields interact?...
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