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... of the particles, namely, the bound atoms, are included in the “field” energy and

6.8.) With (6.90) substituted into (6.89) the integrand becomes or to b-; e.v. e. to .

... of the particles, namely, the bound atoms, are included in the “field” energy and

**momentum**through the dielectric constant and permeability. (See also Problem6.8.) With (6.90) substituted into (6.89) the integrand becomes or to b-; e.v. e. to .

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of motion relates the time rate of change of

charged particle the force is the Lorentz force. Since we have discussed the

Lorentz transformation properties of the Lorentz force density in Section 11.11,

we ...

of motion relates the time rate of change of

**momentum**to the applied force. For acharged particle the force is the Lorentz force. Since we have discussed the

Lorentz transformation properties of the Lorentz force density in Section 11.11,

we ...

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Similarly, the Maxwell-stress term in the

negative of the

electromagnetic stresses. Since the energy-

to be a 4-vector, ...

Similarly, the Maxwell-stress term in the

**momentum**(17.45) represents thenegative of the

**momentum**contribution from the transport of purelyelectromagnetic stresses. Since the energy-

**momentum**(17.45) was constructedto be a 4-vector, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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