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

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(In fact any different type of Mr

slower rate of fall would make the energy flux through the sphere at infinity blow

up while any faster rate would make the energy flux vanish.) However, as in the ...

(In fact any different type of Mr

**dependence**is not possible for radiation fields — aslower rate of fall would make the energy flux through the sphere at infinity blow

up while any faster rate would make the energy flux vanish.) However, as in the ...

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Hence the angular

as that of electric quadrupole radiation. So far as the symmetric part (which arises

from the electric quadrupole moment) is concerned, the simplest possible ...

Hence the angular

**dependence**of this magnetic dipole radiation will be the sameas that of electric quadrupole radiation. So far as the symmetric part (which arises

from the electric quadrupole moment) is concerned, the simplest possible ...

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any difficulty, there are exceptional situations like the case of hyperbolic motion

x2 = b2+ c2/2 (which is the case of uniform acceleration according to the special

theory of relativity) where the apparent

any difficulty, there are exceptional situations like the case of hyperbolic motion

x2 = b2+ c2/2 (which is the case of uniform acceleration according to the special

theory of relativity) where the apparent

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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