## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Frequency spectrum from relativistic charged particle in an instantaneously

circular orbit, synchrotron

quasi-free charges, 491. Cherenkov

Frequency spectrum from relativistic charged particle in an instantaneously

circular orbit, synchrotron

**radiation**, 481. Thomson scattering, 488. Scattering byquasi-free charges, 491. Cherenkov

**radiation**, 494. References and suggested ...Page 464

electromagnetic

macroscopic time - varying charge and current densities , which are

fundamentally ...

**Radiation**by Moving Charges It is well known that accelerated charges emitelectromagnetic

**radiation**. In Chapter 9 we discussed examples of**radiation**bymacroscopic time - varying charge and current densities , which are

fundamentally ...

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The

measurements are in full agreement with theory . Synchrotron

observed in the astronomical realm associated with sunspots , the Crab nebula ,

and ...

The

**radiation**covers the visible region and is bluish white in color . Carefulmeasurements are in full agreement with theory . Synchrotron

**radiation**has beenobserved in the astronomical realm associated with sunspots , the Crab nebula ,

and ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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