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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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This correspondence will sometimes be

the subscript on the 4-vector will be omitted, e.g. f(r) means f(x, t). 4. Scalar

products of 4-vectors will be denoted by (A → B) = A • B – Ao Bo (11.96) where A

• B is ...

This correspondence will sometimes be

**written**A, = (A, i.A.) (11.95) Sometimesthe subscript on the 4-vector will be omitted, e.g. f(r) means f(x, t). 4. Scalar

products of 4-vectors will be denoted by (A → B) = A • B – Ao Bo (11.96) where A

• B is ...

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John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. (11.129), the force density

becomes 1 9F - - F w và J. 4t " or, The right-hand side of (11.131) can be

as the divergence of a tensor of the second rank. We define the symmetric tensor

T., ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. (11.129), the force density

becomes 1 9F - - F w và J. 4t " or, The right-hand side of (11.131) can be

**written**as the divergence of a tensor of the second rank. We define the symmetric tensor

T., ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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