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In considering the mechanical or electromagnetic effects we treated the opposite
quantities as given, but the equations are, of course, coupled. In the limit of very
large conductivity it is convenient to relate the current density J in the force ...
Hence it is worth while discussing them without the added and unnecessary
complication of including reaction effects. The remaining answer to the first
question is that a completely satisfactory treatment of the reactive effects of
radiation does ...
The criterion for the point when radiative effects begin to be important can thus be
expressed by F ~ F (17 ~)\ rad ^^ 0 v1 '•*•/ The specification of the relevant energy
£0 demands a little care. We will distinguish two apparently different ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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