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Cyrus Tirband
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Reduced electric field strength in a homogenous isotropic linear dielectric

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Why is skin depth quoted as when the amplitude has decayed by a factor of $\frac{1}{e}$

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Why does an electric field "concentrate" along a wire?

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How to calculate the field distribution due to a current radiating in one direction?

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Induced magnetic field due to current density in solenoid

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Why do the electric field lines not originate from a positive charge in the following situation?

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Because Maxwell's equations are not all linearly independent, the six boundary conditions in the above equations are not all linearly independent

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What is the physical analogy between the flux of a flow of fluid through a closed surface and the flux of an electric field through a closed surface?

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Why is the curl of electric field vector inside a hollow waveguide zero for TEM waves?

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Question about the relationship between current density and charge density

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Under what condition is an electrostatic field both solenoidal and irrotational?

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Can Lorentz force law be derived from Coulomb's law and Special Relativity?

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Understanding the solution for the electric field wave equation

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Potential of a dielectric sphere with radially dependent variable permittivity

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How do we get $\nabla \cdot \mathbf{B} = 0$ from $\nabla \times \mathbf{E} = - \dfrac{\partial}{\partial{t}}\mathbf{B}$?

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Why is emf equal to the rate of change of magnetic flux?

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How can a slowly varying magnetic field exist in Faraday cage when there is no electric field in it?

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How to illustrate that the energy density of EM waves is NOT frequency dependent?

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Direction of electric field at points on boundary between two dieletrics

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Equilibrium of electrostatic potential