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Note that we have

as mentioned earlier, that we are imagining all the charges as treated in the

mechanical part of the system and so use the microscopic equations which

involve ...

Note that we have

**written**only E and B in (6.90), and not H or D. The reason is,as mentioned earlier, that we are imagining all the charges as treated in the

mechanical part of the system and so use the microscopic equations which

involve ...

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9.6 Vector Equivalents of Kirchhoff Integral To obtain vector equivalents to the

Kirchhoff integral (9.63) we first note that with the definition, 1 e*R G(x, x') = j- e—

(9.66) 477r R the scalar form (9.63) can be

...

9.6 Vector Equivalents of Kirchhoff Integral To obtain vector equivalents to the

Kirchhoff integral (9.63) we first note that with the definition, 1 e*R G(x, x') = j- e—

(9.66) 477r R the scalar form (9.63) can be

**written**f y(x) = 9 [Gn • V'y; — y>n • V'G]...

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The conservation of energy and momentum in the two-body decay can be

as a 4-vector equation : P = pl+p2 (12.17) where the 4-vector subscript fj. on each

symbol has been suppressed. The squares of the 4-vector momenta are the ...

The conservation of energy and momentum in the two-body decay can be

**written**as a 4-vector equation : P = pl+p2 (12.17) where the 4-vector subscript fj. on each

symbol has been suppressed. The squares of the 4-vector momenta are the ...

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