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

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As according to it all

laws of physics are concerned, we can, in order to decide whether the charge in

uniform motion radiate energy or not, consider a

As according to it all

**frames**in uniform relative motion are equivalent so far as thelaws of physics are concerned, we can, in order to decide whether the charge in

uniform motion radiate energy or not, consider a

**frame**in which the charge is at ...Page 241

However, one may go over to a relatively uniformly moving

magnetic field vanishes and solve the problem of motion in the transformed

electric field (which is also uniform). Transforming back to the original

motion ...

However, one may go over to a relatively uniformly moving

**frame**in which themagnetic field vanishes and solve the problem of motion in the transformed

electric field (which is also uniform). Transforming back to the original

**frame**themotion ...

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In case the electric and magnetic fields are orthogonal in one

, one may reduce the field to a simple electric or magnetic field by a Lorentz

transformation. Thus suppose E^H2 and take the >-and z-dircctions along E and

H ...

In case the electric and magnetic fields are orthogonal in one

**frame**so that EH =0, one may reduce the field to a simple electric or magnetic field by a Lorentz

transformation. Thus suppose E^H2 and take the >-and z-dircctions along E and

H ...

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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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