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The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per

representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per

volume ) : f = pE + J B ( 11 . 126 ) where J and p are the current and charge

densities .

The Lorentz force equation can be written as a force per

**unit**volume (representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per

**unit**volume ) : f = pE + J B ( 11 . 126 ) where J and p are the current and charge

densities .

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action and the velocity of light in vacuum to be dimensionless and of

magnitude . The resulting system of

basic

time or ...

action and the velocity of light in vacuum to be dimensionless and of

**unit**magnitude . The resulting system of

**units**( called " natural "**units**) has only onebasic

**unit**, customarily chosen to be length . All quantities , whether length ortime or ...

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4 Conversion of Equations and Amounts between Gaussian

The two systems of electromagnetic

Gaussian and rationalized mks systems . The mks system has the virtue of overall

...

4 Conversion of Equations and Amounts between Gaussian

**Units**and mks**Units**The two systems of electromagnetic

**units**in most common use today are theGaussian and rationalized mks systems . The mks system has the virtue of overall

...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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