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If we integrate both sides with respect to time , then the left - hand side becomes the momentum or energy of the particle while the right - hand side is the four - dimensional integral of fr . Since d4x is a Lorentz invariant quantity ...
We wish to treat that motion as a zero - order approximation to the motion of the particle in the field shown on the righthand side of the figure , where the lines of force are curved with a local radius of curvature R which is large ...
To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function fim ( r ) inside the source , we substitute ( 16.82 ) into the first equation of ( 16.80 ) , take the scalar product of both sides with a typical Xim , and integrate ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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