## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The special theory of relativity had its origins in

even after almost 60 years ,

delights as a beautiful example of the covariance of physical laws under Lorentz

...

The special theory of relativity had its origins in

**classical**electrodynamics . Andeven after almost 60 years ,

**classical**electrodynamics still impresses anddelights as a beautiful example of the covariance of physical laws under Lorentz

...

Page 511

The same rules about domains of validity of the

mechanical formulas apply here as for the energy loss . The frequency spectrum

of the quantum cross section extends up to a maximum frequency w max of the

order of ...

The same rules about domains of validity of the

**classical**and quantum -mechanical formulas apply here as for the energy loss . The frequency spectrum

of the quantum cross section extends up to a maximum frequency w max of the

order of ...

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some sort of uncertainty - principle argument such as was used in Section 15 . 7

for radiative beta decay holds here and that conservation of energy , at least , is ...

**classical**results are valid only in the low - frequency limit . We can imagine thatsome sort of uncertainty - principle argument such as was used in Section 15 . 7

for radiative beta decay holds here and that conservation of energy , at least , is ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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