## Classical Electrodynamics |

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... the real part of such expressions is to be taken to obtain physical quantities .

The electromagnetic potentials and fields are assumed to have the same time

A ( x ...

... the real part of such expressions is to be taken to obtain physical quantities .

The electromagnetic potentials and fields are assumed to have the same time

**dependence**. It was shown in Chapter 6 that the solution for the vector potentialA ( x ...

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Both formulas contain the same “ diffraction ” distribution factor [ J ( kaş ) / kat ]

and the same

azimuthal

expression ...

Both formulas contain the same “ diffraction ” distribution factor [ J ( kaş ) / kat ]

and the same

**dependence**on wave number . But the scalar result has noazimuthal

**dependence**( apart from that contained in F ) , whereas the vectorexpression ...

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The essential characteristics of this spectrum are its strong peaking at the X - ray

energy and its

the radiation which accompanies the disappearance of the charge of an orbital ...

The essential characteristics of this spectrum are its strong peaking at the X - ray

energy and its

**dependence**on atomic number as 22 . So far we have consideredthe radiation which accompanies the disappearance of the charge of an orbital ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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