In the derivation of the boundary conditions we apply the integral form of maxwell's equations, but once we take a very small volume we find that some terms disappear like the displacement current aswell as the time derivative of the magnetic field. Why do these terms disappear? For reference the terms that disappear: first derivative of D wrt time and first derivative of B wrt time, but the conduction current and surface charge dont disappear. I looked at many books (Hayt, Pozar, and some online books), and the only argument they put forward is that these terms are finite and the volume/surface/contour is infinitesimal, but this same argument can be used for the terms that dont disappear as well! Please provide an argument that can nit be used against those terms that dont disappear. Thank you.