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Thus the Thomas angular velocity is 1 r x vldV 1 T IdV CUy ~ = — Li (11.55) 2c2

m rdr 2mV rdr It is evident from (11.48) and (11.45) that the extra contribution to

the energy from the Thomas precession just reduces the spin-

...

Thus the Thomas angular velocity is 1 r x vldV 1 T IdV CUy ~ = — Li (11.55) 2c2

m rdr 2mV rdr It is evident from (11.48) and (11.45) that the extra contribution to

the energy from the Thomas precession just reduces the spin-

**orbit**coupling by a...

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Since the line element d\ in (12.120) is in a counterclockwise sense relative to B,

the unit vector n is antiparallel to B. Hence the integral over the circular

subtracts from the first term. This gives J = - (Bna2) c (12.124) making use of wa ...

Since the line element d\ in (12.120) is in a counterclockwise sense relative to B,

the unit vector n is antiparallel to B. Hence the integral over the circular

**orbit**subtracts from the first term. This gives J = - (Bna2) c (12.124) making use of wa ...

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17.2 A nonrelativistic electron of charge — e and mass m bound in an attractive

Coulomb potential (— Z^/r) moves in a circular

reaction. (a) Show that both the energy and angular-momentum equations (17.13

) ...

17.2 A nonrelativistic electron of charge — e and mass m bound in an attractive

Coulomb potential (— Z^/r) moves in a circular

**orbit**in the absence of radiationreaction. (a) Show that both the energy and angular-momentum equations (17.13

) ...

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