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11 , we can immediately deduce the behavior of a charged

under Lorentz transformations . For neutral

electromagnetic interactions it is clearly impossible to obtain their relativistic ...

11 , we can immediately deduce the behavior of a charged

**particle**' s momentumunder Lorentz transformations . For neutral

**particles**with no detectableelectromagnetic interactions it is clearly impossible to obtain their relativistic ...

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The length of the 4 - vector p is a Lorentz invariant quantity which is characteristic

of the

= 0 ) the scalar product ( 12 . 5 ) gives the energy of the

The length of the 4 - vector p is a Lorentz invariant quantity which is characteristic

of the

**particle**: ( 12 . 5 ) ( p • p ) = ( p ? . p " ) = - In the rest frame of the**particle**( p '= 0 ) the scalar product ( 12 . 5 ) gives the energy of the

**particle**at rest : E ' = 2 ...Page 520

5 Weizsäcker - Williams Method of Virtual Quanta The emission of

bremsstrahlung and other processes involving the electromagnetic interaction of

relativistic

physical insight into ...

5 Weizsäcker - Williams Method of Virtual Quanta The emission of

bremsstrahlung and other processes involving the electromagnetic interaction of

relativistic

**particles**can be viewed in a way that is very helpful in providingphysical insight into ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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