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comment What is the maximum power available from a magnetic field?
Okay, so I can solve for $E(t)$ from $B(t)$. Therefore, should I consider the energy density in the electric field $\frac{\epsilon_0e^2(t)}{2}$, then differentiate it over time so I can get the power density available? Given that $B(t)$ does no work on charges, I can just safely leave it out?
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