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Similar mathematical techniques were employed, but electric and magnetic

phenomena were treated as independent. The only link between them was the

fact that currents which produce

character, ...

Similar mathematical techniques were employed, but electric and magnetic

phenomena were treated as independent. The only link between them was the

fact that currents which produce

**magnetic fields**are basically electrical incharacter, ...

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6.8 Poynting's Theorem The forms of the laws of conservation of energy and

momentum are important results to establish for the

begin by considering conservation of energy, often called Poynting's theorem (

1884).

6.8 Poynting's Theorem The forms of the laws of conservation of energy and

momentum are important results to establish for the

**electromagnetic field**. Webegin by considering conservation of energy, often called Poynting's theorem (

1884).

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11.10 Transformation of the

elements of the field-strength tensor F^, their transformation properties can be

found from f;, = a^a^to (11.113) With transformation (11.75) from a system A" to K'

...

11.10 Transformation of the

**Electromagnetic Fields**Since the fields E and B areelements of the field-strength tensor F^, their transformation properties can be

found from f;, = a^a^to (11.113) With transformation (11.75) from a system A" to K'

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