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By Julius Adams Stratton

This publication is an electromagnetics vintage. initially released in 1941, it's been utilized by many generations of scholars, lecturers, and researchers ever due to the fact. because it is vintage electromagnetics, each bankruptcy remains to be referenced to this day.This vintage reissue comprises the whole, unique version first released in 1941. also, new forewords via Dr. Paul E. grey (former MIT President and colleague of Dr. Stratton) and one other by means of Dr. Donald G. Dudley, Editor of the IEEE Press sequence on E/M Waves at the value of the book's contribution to the sphere of Electromagnetics.

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At As the layer contracts to the surface S, the contributions from th e segments a t the ends, which are proportional to All become vanishingly small. If n is again the positive normal to S drawn from (1) into (2), we may define the unit tangent vector T by (9) T = no x n. Since (10) no x n - E = n o . n x E , we have in the limit as A1 ---f 0, A s + 0, The orientation of the rectangle - and hence also of no - is entirely arbitrary, from which i t follows th at the bracket in (11) must equal zero, or (12) n x (Ez- El) = - lim AZ+0 dB - at AZ.

81 basic quantities, mass, length, time, and charge. That this system is identical with the practical series may be verified by the substitutions (17) 1 kilogram = lo3 grams, lo2 centimeters, 1 coulomb = & abcoulomb. 1 meter = The numerical factors which now appear in each relation are observed t o be those that relate the practical units to the absolute electromagnetic units. For example, from (6), (18) 1 ohm = 1 kilogram. meter2 coulomb2 . second lo3 grams . lo4 centimeters2 abcoulomb2 ‘ seconds = lo9 abohms; and again from (8), (19) 1 volt = 1 kilogram.

Inst. 245, 1936. See also GLAZEBROOK, Elec. , 78, pp. 245-247. I national meter, for the unit of mass the kilogram, for the unit of time the second, and as a fourth unit any electrical quantity belonging to the practical system such as the coulomb, the ampere, or the ohm. From the field equations it is then possible to deduce the units and dimensions of every electromagnetic quantity in terms of these four fundamental units. Moreover the derived quantities will be related to each other exactly as in the practical system and may, therefore, be expressed in practical units.

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