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The root mean square angle of emission of radiation in the

? ( 0214 = ( 14.42 ) E - This is typical of the

regardless of the vectorial relation between ß and $ . The total power radiated

can be ...

The root mean square angle of emission of radiation in the

**relativistic**limit is 1 mc? ( 0214 = ( 14.42 ) E - This is typical of the

**relativistic**radiation patterns ,regardless of the vectorial relation between ß and $ . The total power radiated

can be ...

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Dirac's

potential of charged conducting , 89 Discontinuity , of electric field , 9 of potential ,

12 Dispersion , and causality , 234 and propagation , 208 f . anomalous , 211 in ...

Dirac's

**relativistic**force equation , 609 Dirichelet boundary conditions , 16 Disc ,potential of charged conducting , 89 Discontinuity , of electric field , 9 of potential ,

12 Dispersion , and causality , 234 and propagation , 208 f . anomalous , 211 in ...

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and shift of energy level , 600 of potentials , 378 characteristic time 7 , 580 of

velocities , 360 effective force of , 582 of wave vector and frequency , 363 ...

**Relativistic**transformation , of momenand line breadth , 600 tum and energy , 392and shift of energy level , 600 of potentials , 378 characteristic time 7 , 580 of

velocities , 360 effective force of , 582 of wave vector and frequency , 363 ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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