## Classical Electrodynamics |

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If a component of

precession , independent of other effects such as precession of the ... For

electrons in atoms the

. 44 ) .

If a component of

**acceleration**exists perpendicular to v , then there is a Thomasprecession , independent of other effects such as precession of the ... For

electrons in atoms the

**acceleration**is caused by the screened Coulomb field ( 11. 44 ) .

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14 ) divide themselves naturally into “ velocity fields , ” which are independent of

velocity fields are essentially static fields falling off as R - 2 , whereas the

14 ) divide themselves naturally into “ velocity fields , ” which are independent of

**acceleration**, and “**acceleration**fields , ” which depend linearly on ß . Thevelocity fields are essentially static fields falling off as R - 2 , whereas the

**acceleration**...Page 506

The sudden creation of a fast electron in nuclear beta decay , for example , can

be viewed for our purposes as the violent

initially at rest to some final velocity in a very short time interval , or , alternatively ,

as ...

The sudden creation of a fast electron in nuclear beta decay , for example , can

be viewed for our purposes as the violent

**acceleration**of a charged particleinitially at rest to some final velocity in a very short time interval , or , alternatively ,

as ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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