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93 ) We may tentatively identify the volume integral on the left as the total

electromagnetic

4C Jy The integrand can be interpreted as a density of electromagnetic

93 ) We may tentatively identify the volume integral on the left as the total

electromagnetic

**momentum**Pheld in the volume V : Pteld = 1 ( E ~ B ) de ( 6 . 94 )4C Jy The integrand can be interpreted as a density of electromagnetic

**momentum**.Page 549

This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a multipole of

order ( l , m ) carries off mħ units of z component of angular

photon of energy ħo . In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would

expect the ...

This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a multipole of

order ( l , m ) carries off mħ units of z component of angular

**momentum**perphoton of energy ħo . In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would

expect the ...

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45 ) represents the negative of the

purely electromagnetic stresses . Since the energy -

constructed to be a 4 - vector , there is no need to make an explicit verification of

...

45 ) represents the negative of the

**momentum**contribution from the transport ofpurely electromagnetic stresses . Since the energy -

**momentum**( 17 . 45 ) wasconstructed to be a 4 - vector , there is no need to make an explicit verification of

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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