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93 ) transform like

divergence of some quantity , that quantity must be a tensor of the second rank .

While it is possible to deal with rectangular components of momentum , instead of

...

93 ) transform like

**vectors**. Consequently , if they are to be combined into thedivergence of some quantity , that quantity must be a tensor of the second rank .

While it is possible to deal with rectangular components of momentum , instead of

...

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Make a sketch of I as a function of X for fixed Z . ( c ) Use the

82 ) to obtain a result equivalent to that of part ( a ) . Compare the two

expressions . A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number

k is incident ...

Make a sketch of I as a function of X for fixed Z . ( c ) Use the

**vector**formula ( 9 .82 ) to obtain a result equivalent to that of part ( a ) . Compare the two

expressions . A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number

k is incident ...

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cartesian coordinates, 141 of localized oscillating source, 269 f. of magnetic

dipole, 146 of oscillating electric dipole, 271 of oscillating electric quadrupole,

275 of ...

**Vector**potential, for time-varying fields, 179 in magnetostatics, 139 f. in non-cartesian coordinates, 141 of localized oscillating source, 269 f. of magnetic

dipole, 146 of oscillating electric dipole, 271 of oscillating electric quadrupole,

275 of ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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