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14.5 As in Problem 14.2a a charge e moves in simple harmonic motion along the z axis , zlt ' ) = a cos ( wot ' ) . ( a ) Show that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is : dP ( 1 ' ) e cB4 sin ?
Antennas and radiation from multipole sources are examples of the first type of problem , while motion of charges in electric and magnetic fields and energy - loss phenomena are examples of the second type .
is a time appropriate to the mechanical motion , again we see that , if the relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time = ( 17.3 ) , radiative reaction effects on the motion will be unimportant .
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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