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Since the Green ' s function , as a function of one of its variables , is a potential

due to a unit point charge , this symmetry merely represents the

interchangeability of the source and the observation points . For Neumann

boundary ...

Since the Green ' s function , as a function of one of its variables , is a potential

due to a unit point charge , this symmetry merely represents the

**physical**interchangeability of the source and the observation points . For Neumann

boundary ...

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6 Proper Time and the Light Cone In the previous sections we have explored

some of the

transformations . In the next two sections we want now to discuss some of the

more ...

6 Proper Time and the Light Cone In the previous sections we have explored

some of the

**physical**consequences of the special theory of relativity and Lorentztransformations . In the next two sections we want now to discuss some of the

more ...

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The dipole sum rule is a general statement that is true both classically and

quantum mechanically , no matter how complicated the response of the system to

the incident radiation as a function of frequency . It depends only on the two

The dipole sum rule is a general statement that is true both classically and

quantum mechanically , no matter how complicated the response of the system to

the incident radiation as a function of frequency . It depends only on the two

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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