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Make a sketch of I as a function of X for fixed Z. (c) Use the vector formula (9.82)

to obtain a

linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude Eo and wave number k is incident on

a ...

Make a sketch of I as a function of X for fixed Z. (c) Use the vector formula (9.82)

to obtain a

**result**equivalent to that of part (a). Compare the two expressions. Alinearly polarized plane wave of amplitude Eo and wave number k is incident on

a ...

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John David Jackson. below which our approximate

replaced by a more exact expression which tends to (13.5) as b → 0. It can be

shown (Problem 13.1) that a proper treatment gives the more accurate

V ...

John David Jackson. below which our approximate

**result**(13.2) must bereplaced by a more exact expression which tends to (13.5) as b → 0. It can be

shown (Problem 13.1) that a proper treatment gives the more accurate

**result**, ro-V ...

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Thus 2 e”52 P 3 co (14.22) This is the familiar Larmor

accelerated charge. Larmor's formula (14.22) can be generalized by arguments

about covariance under Lorentz transformations to yield a

...

Thus 2 e”52 P 3 co (14.22) This is the familiar Larmor

**result**for a nonrelativistic,accelerated charge. Larmor's formula (14.22) can be generalized by arguments

about covariance under Lorentz transformations to yield a

**result**which is valid for...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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