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This correspondence will sometimes be

the subscript on the 4-vector will be omitted, e.g. f(x) means /(x, /). 4. Scalar

products of 4-vectors will be denoted by (A-B) = \-E-A0B0 (11.96) where A • B is

the ...

This correspondence will sometimes be

**written**A^ = (A,//i0) (11.95) Sometimesthe subscript on the 4-vector will be omitted, e.g. f(x) means /(x, /). 4. Scalar

products of 4-vectors will be denoted by (A-B) = \-E-A0B0 (11.96) where A • B is

the ...

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(11.129), the force density becomes 47T dx, (11.131) The right-hand side of (1

1.131) can be

the symmetric tensor T^, called the electromagnetic stress-energy-momentum ...

(11.129), the force density becomes 47T dx, (11.131) The right-hand side of (1

1.131) can be

**written**as the divergence of a tensor of the second rank. We definethe symmetric tensor T^, called the electromagnetic stress-energy-momentum ...

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The conservation of energy and momentum in the two-body decay can be

as a 4-vector equation : P=Pl+p2 (12.17) where the 4-vector subscript /j, on each

symbol has been suppressed. The squares of the 4-vector momenta are the ...

The conservation of energy and momentum in the two-body decay can be

**written**as a 4-vector equation : P=Pl+p2 (12.17) where the 4-vector subscript /j, on each

symbol has been suppressed. The squares of the 4-vector momenta are the ...

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