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5 Gauge Transformations ;

6 . 34 ) and ( 6 . 35 ) is called a gauge transformation , and the invariance of the

fields under such transformations is called gauge invariance . The relation ( 6 .

5 Gauge Transformations ;

**Lorentz**Gauge ; Coulomb Gauge The transformation (6 . 34 ) and ( 6 . 35 ) is called a gauge transformation , and the invariance of the

fields under such transformations is called gauge invariance . The relation ( 6 .

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For a charged particle the force is the

the

11 , we can immediately deduce the behavior of a charged particle ' s momentum

...

For a charged particle the force is the

**Lorentz**force . Since we have discussedthe

**Lorentz**transformation properties of the**Lorentz**force density in Section 11 .11 , we can immediately deduce the behavior of a charged particle ' s momentum

...

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Ives-Stilwell experiment, 364 Jacobian, in

376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics, relativistic, 394 f. Kirchhoff

diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of, ...

Ives-Stilwell experiment, 364 Jacobian, in

**Lorentz**transformation of coordinates,376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics, relativistic, 394 f. Kirchhoff

diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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