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Equation ( 11.39 )

We will

electron the magnetic induction is B ' - B XE ( 11.41 ) с where we have neglected

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Equation ( 11.39 )

**shows**that the electron has a g factor of 2. Suppose that an ...We will

**show**in Section 11.10 that in a coordinate system moving with theelectron the magnetic induction is B ' - B XE ( 11.41 ) с where we have neglected

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From ( 11.21 ) it is easy to

11.61 ) In terms of the particle velocity v ( t ) this can be written do = dt J1 v2 c2 (

11.62 ) Equation ( 11.62 )

From ( 11.21 ) it is easy to

**show**that the invariant “ length " element is ds ? ... dt2 (11.61 ) In terms of the particle velocity v ( t ) this can be written do = dt J1 v2 c2 (

11.62 ) Equation ( 11.62 )

**shows**the time - dilatation effect already discussed .Page 373

3 X3 With definitions ( 11.68 ) and ( 11.70 ) it is elementary to

yields exactly the Lorentz transformation ( 11.19 ) . The formal representation of

transformation ( 11.75 ) as a rotation of axes in the x3 , x4 plane ( with X4 drawn ...

3 X3 With definitions ( 11.68 ) and ( 11.70 ) it is elementary to

**show**that ( 11.75 )yields exactly the Lorentz transformation ( 11.19 ) . The formal representation of

transformation ( 11.75 ) as a rotation of axes in the x3 , x4 plane ( with X4 drawn ...

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