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I have a problem to find the meaning of a special partial differential: partial scalar partial vector.

i.e. dF/dn where F is a scalar and n is a i.e. normal vector. This is a partial diff.

n could be a vector consisting of partial differentials, (dT/dx,dT/dy)

I have looked in literature but found nothing.

Can someone help me?

Thank you very much

/Andreas

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# Partial differential: partial scalar partial vector

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