## Classical electrodynamics |

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Furthermore, the

cannot be expressed in terms of a current density. These moments can give rise

to dipole fields which vary appreciably on the

treat ...

Furthermore, the

**atomic**electrons possess intrinsic magnetic moments whichcannot be expressed in terms of a current density. These moments can give rise

to dipole fields which vary appreciably on the

**atomic**scale of dimensions. Totreat ...

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If a component of acceleration exists perpendicular to v, then there is a Thomas

precession, independent of other effects such as precession of the magnetic

moment in a magnetic field. For electrons in

the ...

If a component of acceleration exists perpendicular to v, then there is a Thomas

precession, independent of other effects such as precession of the magnetic

moment in a magnetic field. For electrons in

**atoms**the acceleration is caused bythe ...

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Consequently in an

multipole will generally be the only one of importance. The ratio of transition

probabilities for successive orders of either electric or magnetic multipoles of the

same ...

Consequently in an

**atomic**or nuclear transition the lowest nonvanishingmultipole will generally be the only one of importance. The ratio of transition

probabilities for successive orders of either electric or magnetic multipoles of the

same ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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