## Classical theory of electricity and magnetism: a course of lectures |

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The programme of our present study is to investigate the solutions of the equation

of motion of a

of the particle of charge e and the right hand side, known as the Lorentz ...

The programme of our present study is to investigate the solutions of the equation

of motion of a

**charged particle**: $•-. [□♢**□] CD where p is the momentum vectorof the particle of charge e and the right hand side, known as the Lorentz ...

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In case of a plasma although the Coulomb force is a long range one, one has

effectively a short range force field about any

as follows. A positively

In case of a plasma although the Coulomb force is a long range one, one has

effectively a short range force field about any

**charged particle**. This may be seenas follows. A positively

**charged particle**attracts the electrons and repels the ...Page 291

Does it indicate that a charge moving with uniform acceleration would not radiate

? (Note that in arriving at the ... In a* classical paper Born investigated the field

due to a

...

Does it indicate that a charge moving with uniform acceleration would not radiate

? (Note that in arriving at the ... In a* classical paper Born investigated the field

due to a

**charged particle**in uniform accelerated motion. His results may be given...

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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