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For a single charge q the rate of doing work by external

and B is q\ • E, where v is the velocity of the charge. The magnetic field does no

work, since the magnetic force is perpendicular to the velocity. If there exists a ...

For a single charge q the rate of doing work by external

**electromagnetic fields**Eand B is q\ • E, where v is the velocity of the charge. The magnetic field does no

work, since the magnetic force is perpendicular to the velocity. If there exists a ...

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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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In Chapter 1 1 the special theory of relativity was developed with particular

emphasis on the

electrodynamics. Only in Section 11.11 was there a mention of the mechanical

origin of ...

In Chapter 1 1 the special theory of relativity was developed with particular

emphasis on the

**electromagnetic fields**and the covariance of the equations ofelectrodynamics. Only in Section 11.11 was there a mention of the mechanical

origin of ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

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