## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The amplitude A(k) describes the properties of the linear superposition of the

different

harmonic

v276(k ...

The amplitude A(k) describes the properties of the linear superposition of the

different

**waves**. ... A(k) === so u(x, 0)e^* dr (7.27) V27 - 00 If u(x, 0) represents aharmonic

**wave**e” for all a, the orthogonality relation (2.52) shows that A(k) =v276(k ...

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The relativistic Doppler shift formulas can be obtained from the fact that the phase

of a light

invariant under a Lorentz transformation, the reason being that the phase can be

...

The relativistic Doppler shift formulas can be obtained from the fact that the phase

of a light

**wave**is an invariant quantity. Actually, the phase of any plane**wave**isinvariant under a Lorentz transformation, the reason being that the phase can be

...

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Transverse

204 Traveling

209, 215 use of, to obtain quantum-mechanical modifications, 440, 442, 453, ...

Transverse

**waves**, in magnetohydrody- namics, 331 in plasma, 226, 339 plane,204 Traveling

**wave**solutions, 203, 212 in**wave**guide, 244 Uncertainty principle,209, 215 use of, to obtain quantum-mechanical modifications, 440, 442, 453, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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