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Page 320 - If the thumb of the right hand points in the direction of the current, the other fingers point in the direction of the magnetic field.
Page 447 - LIBRARY the surface is assumed to be free of small-scale roughness, ie, the radius of curvature of the surface is much larger than the wavelength of the incident radiation.
Page 399 - there is no formation of a wave zone nor any corresponding radiation." But he also said parenthetically that radiation does occur when two uniform, rectilinear motions are connected by a "portion
Page 401 - Since the force is always perpendicular to the direction of motion no work is done upon the charge and its speed is unaltered ; only the direction of its motion is changed.
Page 86 - BAF is stationary, ie, 6S = 0, for variations about correct path, provided the initial and final configurations are held fixed. On the other hand, if we permit infinitesimal changes of the trajectories xl(t) at the initial and final times, including alterations of those times, the only contribution to 6S comes from the endpoint variations, or 6S = G(t2)—G(t1).
Page 209 - The trilinear coordinates of a point are the perpendicular distances from the origin to the three lines, drawn through the point, parallel to the sides of the triangle. A coordinate is negative if the associated line lies between the origin and the related side.
Page 19 - The first theoretical calculation of the motion of a charged particle in the presence of a single magnetic pole was performed by Poincare in 1896 to explain recent observations.
Page 66 - The second term in (6.24) involves the intrinsic magnetic moment of the atom, f*0, defined by ."*. (6'25) when ra is the position of the ath particle relative to the center of mass of the atom.
Page 208 - Fig, 19,3; a is the common length of the sides, the length of the perpendicular from any apex to the opposite side is...
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