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This is then exactly the requirement that

four - dimensional Euclidean space or , more correctly , are ... 70 ) where the

coefficients aux are constants characteristic of the particular transformation .

This is then exactly the requirement that

**Lorentz transformations**are rotations in afour - dimensional Euclidean space or , more correctly , are ... 70 ) where the

coefficients aux are constants characteristic of the particular transformation .

Page 374

Sometimes a graphical display of

time variable xy = ct , rather than 24 . This is called a Minkowski diagram and has

the virtue of dealing with real quantities . It has the major disadvantage that the ...

Sometimes a graphical display of

**Lorentz transformations**is made using a realtime variable xy = ct , rather than 24 . This is called a Minkowski diagram and has

the virtue of dealing with real quantities . It has the major disadvantage that the ...

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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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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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