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By James Clerk Maxwell

An unabridged, unaltered variation in seven elements, to incorporate: Introductory - On Electromagnetic Induction - common Equations of the Electromagnetic box - Mechanical activities within the box - conception of Condensers - Electromagnetic concept of sunshine - Calculation of the Coefficients of Electromagnetic Induction

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This m-dimensional s s t e m is solved with initial conditions where the 3>m, $m are chosen in Vm so that $m —> $ in V, ^m —> \I> in #. 4) with 0 = Em(t) G V so that for each £ we have the system This system will allow us to obtain bounds for {Em}, {Em}, and {Em(-, 0)} that are independent of m. 11) to conclude that {Em} is bounded in C(0,T; H}, {Em} is bounded in C(0, T; V) and {Em(; 0)} is bounded in L 2 (0, T). 4) for the limit function. (t,0) exists and is continuous in t. In actuality E(t,Q) is absolutely continuous with E(t,Q) — Ei(t) for almost every t.

4) on initial data ($,*) and input J. 4), we again follow the standard arguments given in [BSW96, pp. 102-103]. In this case the details are tedious but rather straightforward. 2)) and zero input (J = 0) is the trivial solution. Let E be a solution corresponding to $ = \I> = J — 0 and for arbitrary s in (0, T) define so that i/>s(T) = 0 and i^s(t] 6 F for each t. 27) we thus obtain or for arbitrary s E (0,Tj. 4) are unique. Summarizing our discussions in this section, we see that we have proved the following result.

Thus we find fo(p)EJi(p)E,Rand h(p)E are order of 1012£, 1016E, and 1020£, respectively. 4: Geometry of acoustooptics problem. 8). 19), we have the following partial differential equation for the electric field in the region disturbed by acoustic waves: where er = 1 + Xo- This equation is very similar to the one given in [MI68] derived from thermodynamical considerations. The absorbing boundary conditions for the electric field are found to be In the first domain [0,zi] the speed of propagation is exactly c, hence the absorbing boundary condition at z — 0 is exact.

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