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11.5 With the definition that x = [(v. x)w]|vo and x = x – x, equations (11.20) can be

combined to yield the general Lorentz

? t;2 1 – = 1–3 1 x • W (11.21) r--H(-o) It should be noted that (11.21) represents ...

11.5 With the definition that x = [(v. x)w]|vo and x = x – x, equations (11.20) can be

combined to yield the general Lorentz

**transformation**:* x = x + –––. ** v--—w p? p? t;2 1 – = 1–3 1 x • W (11.21) r--H(-o) It should be noted that (11.21) represents ...

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is an invariant under Lorentz

that Lorentz

or, more correctly, are orthogonal

is an invariant under Lorentz

**transformations**. This is then exactly the requirementthat Lorentz

**transformations**are rotations in a four-dimensional Euclidean spaceor, more correctly, are orthogonal

**transformations**in four dimensions.Page 380

0 (11.112) w 11.10

E and B are elements of the field-strength tensor F., their

properties can be found from Fiv = a,zav, Fa, (11.113) With

from a ...

0 (11.112) w 11.10

**Transformation**of the Electromagnetic Fields Since the fieldsE and B are elements of the field-strength tensor F., their

**transformation**properties can be found from Fiv = a,zav, Fa, (11.113) With

**transformation**(11.75)from a ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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