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1 as one of the ways of defining the magnitude and direction of the magnetic

induction . The potential energy of a permanent magnetic moment ( or dipole ) in

an external

1 as one of the ways of defining the magnitude and direction of the magnetic

induction . The potential energy of a permanent magnetic moment ( or dipole ) in

an external

**magnetic field**can be obtained from either the force ( 5 . 69 ) or the ...Page 382

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— 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 ...

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 ...

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9 A particle of mass m and charge e moves in the laboratory in crossed , static ,

uniform , electric and

the y axis . ( a ) For El < B make the necessary Lorentz transformation described

in ...

9 A particle of mass m and charge e moves in the laboratory in crossed , static ,

uniform , electric and

**magnetic fields**. E is parallel to the x axis ; B is parallel tothe y axis . ( a ) For El < B make the necessary Lorentz transformation described

in ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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