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35 ) is

transformations is

Q is

35 ) is

**called**a gauge transformation , and the invariance of the fields under suchtransformations is

**called**gauge invariance . The relation ( 6 . 36 ) between A andQ is

**called**the Lorentz condition . To see that potentials can always be found to ...Page 370

The unshaded interior of the cone represents the past and the future , while the

shaded region outside the cone is

the light cone is said to have a time - like ( spacelike ) separation from the origin .

The unshaded interior of the cone represents the past and the future , while the

shaded region outside the cone is

**called**“ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside )the light cone is said to have a time - like ( spacelike ) separation from the origin .

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The absorption cross section is sometimes

it includes all processes , scattering as well as other dissipative effects described

by I ' . To obtain the absorption cross section we merely calculated the energy ...

The absorption cross section is sometimes

**called**the total cross section becauseit includes all processes , scattering as well as other dissipative effects described

by I ' . To obtain the absorption cross section we merely calculated the energy ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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