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One of a set of twins born in 1980 remains on earth ; the other rides in the rocket .

The rocket ship is so constructed that it has an acceleration g in its own rest

( this makes the occupants feel at home ) . It accelerates in a straight - line ...

One of a set of twins born in 1980 remains on earth ; the other rides in the rocket .

The rocket ship is so constructed that it has an acceleration g in its own rest

**frame**( this makes the occupants feel at home ) . It accelerates in a straight - line ...

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5 ) ( p • p ) = ( p ? . p " ) = - In the rest

product ( 12 . 5 ) gives the energy of the particle at rest : E ' = 2 ( 12 . 6 ) To

determine , we consider the Lorentz transformation ( 12 . 4 ) of P from the rest

5 ) ( p • p ) = ( p ? . p " ) = - In the rest

**frame**of the particle ( p ' = 0 ) the scalarproduct ( 12 . 5 ) gives the energy of the particle at rest : E ' = 2 ( 12 . 6 ) To

determine , we consider the Lorentz transformation ( 12 . 4 ) of P from the rest

**frame**of the ...Page 414

To see this we consider a Lorentz transformation from the original

system K" moving with a velocity f E x B u' – c' E” ) (12.100) relative to the first. In

this

y' ...

To see this we consider a Lorentz transformation from the original

**frame**to asystem K" moving with a velocity f E x B u' – c' E” ) (12.100) relative to the first. In

this

**frame**the electric and magnetic fields are — R2\% En" - 0, E." - 1. E - (e B ) Ey' ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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