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Chapter 32 Maxwell’s Equations # “Magnetism of Matter” skipped
32.2: Gauss’ Law for Magnetic Fields: The law asserts that the net magnetic flux B through any closed Gaussian surface is zero. Here B is the magnetic field.
32.3: Induced Magnetic Fields: Here B is the magnetic field induced along a closed loop by the changing electric flux E in the region encircled by that loop.
32.3: Induced Magnetic Fields: Ampere Maxwell Law: Here i enc is the current encircled by the closed loop. In a more complete form, : the displacement current : the displacement current density
Example, Magnetic Field Induced by Changing Electric Field:
Example, Magnetic Field Induced by Changing Electric Field, cont.:
Example, Treating a Changing Electric Field as a Displacement Current:
32.5: Maxwell’s Equations:
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