## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The first principle of Einstein is that the laws of physics have the same form in

different Lorentz

coordinate

example ...

The first principle of Einstein is that the laws of physics have the same form in

different Lorentz

**frames**. This means that the ... order that a relation valid in onecoordinate

**frame**will also hold in the same form in another. Consider, forexample ...

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is so strong that the particle is continually accelerated in the direction of E and its

average energy continues to increase with time. To see this we consider a

Lorentz transformation from the original

velocity f E ...

is so strong that the particle is continually accelerated in the direction of E and its

average energy continues to increase with time. To see this we consider a

Lorentz transformation from the original

**frame**to a system K" moving with avelocity f E ...

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In the rest

identically) and E. = sd'r") To = U (17.36) (17.35) The superscript (0) means rest

of ...

In the rest

**frame**of the particle definitions (17.35) reduce to p. = 0 (since g. = 0identically) and E. = sd'r") To = U (17.36) (17.35) The superscript (0) means rest

**frame**of the particle; U is the electrostatic self-energy (17.30). From these valuesof ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Copyright | |

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