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9. The total charge Q within volume V is moving in the z direction with a uniform velocity vz (meters/sec). 9 Charge uniformly distributed in a circular cross section cylinder wire. RADIATION MECHANISM 9 where qs (coulombs/m2 ) is the surface charge density. If the wire is very thin (ideally zero radius), then the current in the wire can be represented by Iz = ql vz (1-1c) where ql (coulombs/m) is the charge per unit length. Instead of examining all three current densities, we will primarily concentrate on the very thin wire.
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Antenna theory by Collin, Robert E.; Zucker, Francis J