## Classical Electrodynamics |

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And even after almost 60 years, classical electrodynamics still impresses and

delights as a beautiful

transformations. The special theory of relativity is discussed in Chapter 11, where

...

And even after almost 60 years, classical electrodynamics still impresses and

delights as a beautiful

**example**of the covariance of physical laws under Lorentztransformations. The special theory of relativity is discussed in Chapter 11, where

...

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See, for

SUGGESTED READING The mathematical apparatus and special functions

needed for the solution of potential problems in spherical, cylindrical, spheroidal,

and ...

See, for

**example**, Smythe, pp. 111, 156, or Jeans, p. 244. REFERENCES ANDSUGGESTED READING The mathematical apparatus and special functions

needed for the solution of potential problems in spherical, cylindrical, spheroidal,

and ...

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135.0(1.072) = 144.7 Mev As another

proton-antiproton pair in proton-proton collisions: p + p → p + p + p + p The mass

difference is AM = 2m, = 1.877 Bev. From (12.41) we find Ton = 2m ...

135.0(1.072) = 144.7 Mev As another

**example**consider the production of aproton-antiproton pair in proton-proton collisions: p + p → p + p + p + p The mass

difference is AM = 2m, = 1.877 Bev. From (12.41) we find Ton = 2m ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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