## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Time - Varying

chapters we have dealt with steady - state problems in electricity and in

magnetism . Similar mathematical techniques were employed , but

Time - Varying

**Fields**, Maxwell ' s Equations , Conservation Laws In the previouschapters we have dealt with steady - state problems in electricity and in

magnetism . Similar mathematical techniques were employed , but

**electric and****magnetic**...Page 189

For a single charge q the rate of doing work by external

and B is qv · E , where v is the velocity of the charge . The magnetic field does no

work , since the magnetic force is perpendicular to the velocity . If there exists a ...

For a single charge q the rate of doing work by external

**electromagnetic fields**Eand B is qv · E , where v is the velocity of the charge . The magnetic field does no

work , since the magnetic force is perpendicular to the velocity . If there exists a ...

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The emphasis on

first aspects of relativity , since it was the behavior of light which provided the

puzzling phenomena that were understood in terms of the special theory of

relativity ...

The emphasis on

**electromagnetic fields**is fully justified in the presentation of thefirst aspects of relativity , since it was the behavior of light which provided the

puzzling phenomena that were understood in terms of the special theory of

relativity ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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