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Professor of Physics ,

John David Jackson. TER

**Classical**Electrodynamics by JOHN DAVID JACKSONProfessor of Physics ,

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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

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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

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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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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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