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... B. Some remarks will be made in the next section on the differences which

arise when some of the particles , namely , the bound atoms , are included in the

“ field ” energy and

... B. Some remarks will be made in the next section on the differences which

arise when some of the particles , namely , the bound atoms , are included in the

“ field ” energy and

**momentum**through the dielectric constant and permeability .Page 392

of motion relates the time rate of change of

charged particle the force is the Lorentz force . Since we have discussed the

Lorentz transformation properties of the Lorentz force density in Section 11.11 ,

we ...

of motion relates the time rate of change of

**momentum**to the applied force . For acharged particle the force is the Lorentz force . Since we have discussed the

Lorentz transformation properties of the Lorentz force density in Section 11.11 ,

we ...

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2 ( en ) ( 15 ) = ( ( d p ) – Be ( CD ) where m is the mass of the charge , and p its

14.24 ) 3 moc dt dt where dt = dt / y is the proper time element , and p , is the

charged ...

2 ( en ) ( 15 ) = ( ( d p ) – Be ( CD ) where m is the mass of the charge , and p its

**momentum**. The Lorentz invariant generalization is clearly 2 e ( dp . dpi P = (14.24 ) 3 moc dt dt where dt = dt / y is the proper time element , and p , is the

charged ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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