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$alpha+betageqgamma$﻿
From wikipedia on Maxwell's equations
Gauss's law
$nabla cdot mathbf{D} = rho_f$
$iint_{partial V}!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;;;subset!supset mathbf D;cdotmathrm{d}mathbf A = Q_{f}(V)$

Gauss's law for magnetism
$nabla cdot mathbf{B} = 0$
$iint_{partial V}!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;;;subset!supset mathbf B;cdotmathrm{d}mathbf A = 0$

$nabla times mathbf{E} = -frac{partial mathbf{B}} {partial t}$
$oint_{partial S} mathbf{E} cdot mathrm{d}mathbf{l} = - frac {partial Phi_{B,S}}{partial t}$

Ampère's circuital law (with Maxwell's correction)
$nabla times mathbf{H} = mathbf{J}_f + frac{partial mathbf{D}} {partial t}$
$oint_{partial S} mathbf{H} cdot mathrm{d}mathbf{l} = I_{f,S} + frac {partial Phi_{D,S}}{partial t}$

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• Kevin Z says:

Nice equations! Love the new home and clean look of all the sites here.

• Christina Pikas says:

Thanks! Aren't they pretty 🙂 It's so nice to just be able to post some equations.

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