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Use symmetry arguments and Gauss ' s law to prove that ( a ) the surface -

charge densities on the adjacent faces are

charge densities on the outer faces of the two sheets are the same ; ( c ) the ...

Use symmetry arguments and Gauss ' s law to prove that ( a ) the surface -

charge densities on the adjacent faces are

**equal**and opposite ; ( b ) the surface -charge densities on the outer faces of the two sheets are the same ; ( c ) the ...

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This magnetic field becomes almost

— 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y c 1, this magnetic induction is

This magnetic field becomes almost

**equal**to the transverse electric field E, as B— 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y c 1, this magnetic induction is

**equivalent**to 2– 4 V × I B ~ c r* (11.119) which is just the Ampère-Biot–Savart ...Page 610

( b ) Show that to lowest order in T , I ' = 1 - 11 - ) ( c ) Verify that the sum of the

energy radiated and the change in the particle ' s kinetic energy is

work done by the applied field . 17 . 7 A classical model for the description of

collision ...

( b ) Show that to lowest order in T , I ' = 1 - 11 - ) ( c ) Verify that the sum of the

energy radiated and the change in the particle ' s kinetic energy is

**equal**to thework done by the applied field . 17 . 7 A classical model for the description of

collision ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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