## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Chapter 10 represents a survey of this complex field with an introduction to the

main physical ideas

material of classical electricity and magnetism. A graduate student in physics may

...

Chapter 10 represents a survey of this complex field with an introduction to the

main physical ideas

**involved**. The first nine or ten chapters constitute the basicmaterial of classical electricity and magnetism. A graduate student in physics may

...

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To determine the energetics

form kinematically it is convenient to transform to a coordinate frame K ' , where

the projectile and the target have equal and oppositely directed momenta .

To determine the energetics

**involved**and to see the processes in their simplestform kinematically it is convenient to transform to a coordinate frame K ' , where

the projectile and the target have equal and oppositely directed momenta .

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In radiation problems , such as the emission of bremsstrahlung or radiative beta

decay , the wave nature of the charged particles

mechanical modifications very similar to those appearing in our earlier energy ...

In radiation problems , such as the emission of bremsstrahlung or radiative beta

decay , the wave nature of the charged particles

**involved**produces quantum -mechanical modifications very similar to those appearing in our earlier energy ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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