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The displacement of the poles can be accomplished mathematically by

+ ie) in place of a in (6.59). ... sin (kR) sin (crk) (6.62) TRJo Since the integrand is

even in k, the integral can be

The displacement of the poles can be accomplished mathematically by

**writing**(a+ ie) in place of a in (6.59). ... sin (kR) sin (crk) (6.62) TRJo Since the integrand is

even in k, the integral can be

**written**over the whole interval, -oo - k < o. With a ...Page 377

This correspondence will sometimes be

the subscript on the 4-vector will be omitted, e.g. f(x) means f(x, t). 4. Scalar

products of 4-vectors will be denoted by (A → B) = A • B – Ao Bo (11.96) where A

• B is ...

This correspondence will sometimes be

**written**An = (A, i.Ao) (11.95) Sometimesthe subscript on the 4-vector will be omitted, e.g. f(x) means f(x, t). 4. Scalar

products of 4-vectors will be denoted by (A → B) = A • B – Ao Bo (11.96) where A

• B is ...

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The Lorentz force equation can be

representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per unit

volume): f = 2E ++, × B (11.126) c where J and p are the current and charge

densities.

The Lorentz force equation can be

**written**as a force per unit volume (representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per unit

volume): f = 2E ++, × B (11.126) c where J and p are the current and charge

densities.

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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