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2585 Volume 11 14-Jun-49 2586 Volume 11 17-Jun-49
Summary: Any absolute system can be regarded as built of parts.
Summary: Constancies are conserved when parts are joined or separated.
Summary: Fields may, and should, be thought of as bounded and finite in extent.
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