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F16 PH333 7.3.4-7.3.6
Transcript of F16 PH333 7.3.4-7.3.6
7.3.4 Magnetic Charge
7.3.5 Maxwell's Equations in matter
7.3.6 Boundary Conditions
It would be a cute symmetry, but not worth our time.
maybe some day we will find this, but I am a doubter.
Maxwell's Equations in matter
nothing new, just collection of all
review chapter 1
review Chapter 2
Review Chapter 3
Review Chapter 4
Maxwell's equations show us what happens anywhere, but it can be more convenient to include what happens to magnetized and polarized material.
This movement of bound charge can make a current
Now we have 3 'current's
and only 2 charge densities
Ampere's law has another current
if no free charge or current all equal = 0
Green's and Stokes's
Integrations (3 types)
Grad, div, curl
From this chapter polish up on your 'r' vectors.
review your coordinate systems and be able to take derivatives and integrations
Spherical - Lagrangian
Separation of Variables
Method of Images
kind of part of chapter 4
you will get a separation of variables problem Most likely with material from chapter 4, review these. The others would be a short problem.
these are nice too
nice Gauss law problems
know how to find these
Review Chapter 5
Biot Savart Law
Review Chapter 6
Over view / conceptual
Good Amperes loops
Review Chapter 7
know these for all
nice short problem
Good problem here
Expect a few conceptual questions, a few short problems and a long problem form this chapter
used in 3 and 4
"I've never been able to get boundary conditions down; can we go over how to apply them?"
"Can you go over quiz question 4 briefly? A reminder about Stokes' and Green's theorem might be nice."
"how can magnetic charge have a density"