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14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 more energy while near the equator, or while near its turning

points? Why? Make quantitative statements if you can. As in Problem 14.2a a

charge e moves in simple harmonic

14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 more energy while near the equator, or while near its turning

points? Why? Make quantitative statements if you can. As in Problem 14.2a a

charge e moves in simple harmonic

**motion**along the z axis, z(t') = a cos (apot').Page 581

Since oo-" is a time appropriate to the mechanical

the relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time t

(17.3), radiative reaction effects on the

...

Since oo-" is a time appropriate to the mechanical

**motion**, again we see that, ifthe relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time t

(17.3), radiative reaction effects on the

**motion**will be unimportant. The examples...

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A discussion similar in some respects to that given here was presented by Wilson

.f 17.7 Integrodifferential Equation of

Section 17.2 the Abraham-Lorentz equation (17.9) was discussed qualitatively.

A discussion similar in some respects to that given here was presented by Wilson

.f 17.7 Integrodifferential Equation of

**Motion**, Including Radiation Damping InSection 17.2 the Abraham-Lorentz equation (17.9) was discussed qualitatively.

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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