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An Electromagnetic Problem

Naturevolume 79page67 (1908) | Download Citation

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IN the application of general principles to special cases it is sometimes found that the result is a seeming paradox, which is not always easy to remove. Such problems, although involving no new principle, are nevertheless of considerable interest, and after attaining their satisfactory solution we often realise that we did not before appreciate the full import of the general law.

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