## Classical Electrodynamics |

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12 now cut in the plane , the fields will be altered and will penetrate through the

hole to the other

although still “ near the conducting plane , " the fields will be the same as if the

hole ...

12 now cut in the plane , the fields will be altered and will penetrate through the

hole to the other

**side**. But far away from the hole in terms of its dimensions ) ,although still “ near the conducting plane , " the fields will be the same as if the

hole ...

Page 392

If we integrate both

the momentum or energy of the particle while the right - hand

dimensional integral of fu . Since d4x is a Lorentz invariant quantity , it follows

that ...

If we integrate both

**sides**with respect to time , then the left - hand**side**becomesthe momentum or energy of the particle while the right - hand

**side**is the four -dimensional integral of fu . Since d4x is a Lorentz invariant quantity , it follows

that ...

Page 555

80 ) , take the scalar product of both

all angles . All the terms on the left - hand

vanish because of orthogonality , and only one term involving an fim ( r ) survives

...

80 ) , take the scalar product of both

**sides**with a typical Xim , and integrate overall angles . All the terms on the left - hand

**side**of the equation involving sim ( r )vanish because of orthogonality , and only one term involving an fim ( r ) survives

...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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