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The third Maxwell equation states that electric monopoles exist, so that r~ D¼r ð2:3Þ That is, charge densities r are the sources of the electric ﬁeld. Finally, the fourth Maxwell equation states that all magnetic poles occur in pairs and are due to electric currents; no free poles can exist in the electromagnetic ﬁeld theory. This is expressed by the divergence Maxwell equation r~ B¼0 ð2:4Þ which implies that the magnetic ﬁeld is always solenoidal. 1, induces an electromotive force around the loop.
2. The general conservative property of the electric ﬁeld implies that any closed line of electrostatic ﬁeld must be zero, that is, I ~ Ed~ s¼0 ð2:93Þ c The sides normal to the boundary are assumed to be small enough that their contributions to the line integral vanish when compared with those of the sides parallel to the surface. 3 Two media conﬁguration. 4 Electric ﬁeld at the boundary between two different media. The subscript t denotes component tangential to the interface. The length of the tangential loop sides is small enough to take Et as constant over the length.
144) using the Lorentz gauge and it is given by A À ms r2~ q~ A q2 ~ A À me 2 ¼ 0 qt qt ð2:161Þ The boundary conditions imposed by this choice of gauge are the same as in the diffusion gauge. 92). 162) results in the well-known Poisson potential equation r2 j ¼ À r e ð2:164Þ It is worth noting that the major part of computational electrostatics problems is based on this equation. 164) simpliﬁes into the Laplace equation r2 j ¼ 0 ð2:165Þ which is also widely used in a major part of electrostatic problems.