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distance d apart on the y axis for a race parallel to the z axis. Two starters, one

beside each man, will fire their starting pistols at slightly different times, giving a

handicap ...

In the reference

**frame**K two very evenly matched sprinters are lined up adistance d apart on the y axis for a race parallel to the z axis. Two starters, one

beside each man, will fire their starting pistols at slightly different times, giving a

handicap ...

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15.4 Radiation emitted during relativistic collisions viewed from the laboratory (

nucleus at rest) and the

of the great virtues of the special theory of relativity (aside from being correct and

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15.4 Radiation emitted during relativistic collisions viewed from the laboratory (

nucleus at rest) and the

**frame**K' (incident particle essentially at rest). But it is oneof the great virtues of the special theory of relativity (aside from being correct and

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In the rest

identically) and E, –se.” To = U (17.36) (17.35) The superscript (0) means rest

of ...

In the rest

**frame**of the particle definitions (17.35) reduce to p. = 0 (since g. = 0identically) and E, –se.” To = U (17.36) (17.35) The superscript (0) means rest

**frame**of the particle; U is the electrostatic self-energy (17.30). From these valuesof ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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