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K Bin — S K — Figure 14.7

direction perpendicular to its parallel plates. The energy in the field E is

the right, but there is no Poynting's vector. In this case, it is necessary to supply a

...

K Bin — S K — Figure 14.7

**Moving**capacitor. charged capacitor**moving**in adirection perpendicular to its parallel plates. The energy in the field E is

**moving**tothe right, but there is no Poynting's vector. In this case, it is necessary to supply a

...

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We want to show that the time between "tick" and "tock" is longer in the frame in

which the clock is

each event, the time transforms as ct' = yct — Pyx The difference in time At = t% ...

We want to show that the time between "tick" and "tock" is longer in the frame in

which the clock is

**moving**. So we have now two events: the tick and the tock. Foreach event, the time transforms as ct' = yct — Pyx The difference in time At = t% ...

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In preceding chapters we studied radiation from slowly

can extend the development to rapidly

accelerators. In the case of sound, you presumably know already that the ...

In preceding chapters we studied radiation from slowly

**moving**sources; now wecan extend the development to rapidly

**moving**charges, such as those in particleaccelerators. In the case of sound, you presumably know already that the ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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