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... E 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

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... E 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.

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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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We have seen in Sections 6.9 and 11.11 that the rate of change of mechanical

provided there is no flow of

Lorentz ...

We have seen in Sections 6.9 and 11.11 that the rate of change of mechanical

**momentum**plus electromagnetic**momentum**in a given volume vanishes,provided there is no flow of

**momentum**out of or into the volume. Abraham andLorentz ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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