## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The special theory of relativity had its origins in

even after almost 60 years,

as a beautiful example of the covariance of physical laws under Lorentz ...

The special theory of relativity had its origins in

**classical**electrodynamics. Andeven after almost 60 years,

**classical**electrodynamics still impresses and delightsas a beautiful example of the covariance of physical laws under Lorentz ...

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Accordingly we define the radiation cross section x(a)), with dimensions (area-

energy/frequency), X(0) = so b)2Trb db (15.12) The

parameters can be found by arguments analogous to those of Section 13.1.

Accordingly we define the radiation cross section x(a)), with dimensions (area-

energy/frequency), X(0) = so b)2Trb db (15.12) The

**classical**limits on the impactparameters can be found by arguments analogous to those of Section 13.1.

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The same rules about domains of validity of the

mechanical formulas apply here as for the energy loss. The frequency spectrum

of the quantum cross section extends up to a maximum frequency offs of the

order of M 2 ...

The same rules about domains of validity of the

**classical**and quantum-mechanical formulas apply here as for the energy loss. The frequency spectrum

of the quantum cross section extends up to a maximum frequency offs of the

order of M 2 ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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