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... E and B. Some remarks will be made in the next section on the differences

which arise when some of the particles, namely, the boundatoms, are included in

the “field” energy and

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... E and B. Some remarks will be made in the next section on the differences

which arise when some of the particles, namely, the boundatoms, are included in

the “field” energy and

**momentum**through the dielectric constant and permeability.

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This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a multipole of

order (l, m) carries off mh units of z component of angular

of energy hoo. In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would expect the ...

This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a multipole of

order (l, m) carries off mh units of z component of angular

**momentum**per photonof energy hoo. In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would expect the ...

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Similarly, the Maxwell-stress term in the

negative of the

electromagnetic stresses. Since the energy-

to be a 4-vector, ...

Similarly, the Maxwell-stress term in the

**momentum**(17.45) represents thenegative of the

**momentum**contribution from the transport of purelyelectromagnetic stresses. Since the energy-

**momentum**(17.45) was constructedto be a 4-vector, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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