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This shows the angular current vector J_(Q) making an angle 6n with the outward normal to an arbitrarily oriented surface. e. 39a) where 0 n is the angle between the outward normal to the surface and the direction Q. 39a) is a mathematical statement of the point already made: in computing flux, all particles count equally, irrespective of their direction; where as when considering net current, the importance with which particles are counted, depends on the angle the particle's motion makes with a given direction (usually the normal to a surface).
J n dA is the net number of particles that flow through the surface per unit time. across unit surfaces perpendicular to the three principal directions can be ascer tained, then the net current vector at that point is uniquely determined by the sum of the three components, thus: J = 1 Jx + 1 Jy + k J z , where i, j , k. are the conventional orthogonal unit vectors. also holds for the angular current). 36) (The above equation In addition to that for the net current, it is also useful to have a physical inter pretation of the angular current.
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