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Now we imagine an observer in each reference frame equipped with the

necessary apparatus (e.g., a network of correlated clocks and photocells at

known distances from the

Now we imagine an observer in each reference frame equipped with the

necessary apparatus (e.g., a network of correlated clocks and photocells at

known distances from the

**origin**) to detect the arrival time of a light signal from the**origin**at ...Page 363

If the wave crest passing the

it reaches him), then at time t he will have counted 1 k • x — ot 3." ot) wave crests.

Now imagine another reference frame K' which moves relative to the frame K ...

If the wave crest passing the

**origin**at t = 0 is the first one which he records (whenit reaches him), then at time t he will have counted 1 k • x — ot 3." ot) wave crests.

Now imagine another reference frame K' which moves relative to the frame K ...

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Consequently AE = es v - E dt (13.22) where v = x, and in the dipole

approximation E is the field of the incident particle at the

Fourier representations (13.16) and (13.17), as well as that for a delta function (

2.52), and the ...

Consequently AE = es v - E dt (13.22) where v = x, and in the dipole

approximation E is the field of the incident particle at the

**origin**O. Using theFourier representations (13.16) and (13.17), as well as that for a delta function (

2.52), and the ...

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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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