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Consequently three successive

components of the velocity v in three mutually ... for the dimensions of an object

parallel to its * The word “ general " is not really applicable to

11.21 ) .

Consequently three successive

**transformations**corresponding to thecomponents of the velocity v in three mutually ... for the dimensions of an object

parallel to its * The word “ general " is not really applicable to

**transformation**(11.21 ) .

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This is then exactly the requirement that Lorentz

four - dimensional Euclidean space or ... Σαμνά , u = 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( 11.70 ) where

the coefficients an are constants characteristic of the particular

This is then exactly the requirement that Lorentz

**transformations**are rotations in afour - dimensional Euclidean space or ... Σαμνά , u = 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( 11.70 ) where

the coefficients an are constants characteristic of the particular

**transformation**.Page 380

Each term in ( 11.112 ) transforms like a 4 - tensor of the third rank so that the

equation is covariant in form , as required . axa дхи 11.10

Electromagnetic Fields Since the fields E and B are elements of the field -

strength ...

Each term in ( 11.112 ) transforms like a 4 - tensor of the third rank so that the

equation is covariant in form , as required . axa дхи 11.10

**Transformation**of theElectromagnetic Fields Since the fields E and B are elements of the field -

strength ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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