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Electromagnetic and Quantum Properties of MaterialsAuthor: Allen Nussbaum. Different types of matter have a variety of useful electrical and magnetic properties.
Some are conductors, and some are insulators. Some, like iron and nickel, can be magnetized, while others have useful electrical properties, e.g., dielectrics, discussed qualitatively in the discussion question on pagewhich allow us to make capacitors with much higher values of capacitance than would otherwise.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nussbaum, Allen. Electromagnetic and quantum properties of materials. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall . The electromagnetic properties of most common materials in most common applications can be quantified in terms of the constitutive parameters \(\epsilon\), \(\mu\), and \(\sigma\).
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