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If equal and opposite charges are placed on the conductors , there will be a certain difference of potential between them . The ratio of the magnitude of the charge on one conductor to the magnitude of the potential difference is called ...
From ( 11.19 ) the length in K ' is 22 21 L Lo = zz ' – 2 ' ( 11.22 ) v2 c2 c2 which is just the FitzGerald - Lorentz result ( 11.10 ) . Note that in the system K the length is defined at equal times t .
This magnetic field becomes almost equal to the transverse electric field E , as ß → 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y - 1 , this magnetic induction is equivalent to B ~ чухг ( 11.119 ) с p3 which is just the Ampère - Biot ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
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