## Classical Electrodynamics |

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In view of this one might think that a Lagrangian could be formulated only in the

static

order relativistic corrections can be included, giving an approximate Lagrangian

for ...

In view of this one might think that a Lagrangian could be formulated only in the

static

**limit**, i.e., to zeroth order in (v/c). We will now show, however, that lowest-order relativistic corrections can be included, giving an approximate Lagrangian

for ...

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(c) Without detailed calculations show that for nonrelativistic motion the

dependence on N of the total power radiated is dominantly as B2M, so that in the

for ...

(c) Without detailed calculations show that for nonrelativistic motion the

dependence on N of the total power radiated is dominantly as B2M, so that in the

**limit**N → 00 no radiation is emitted. (d) By arguments like those of (c) show thatfor ...

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John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. Fig. 16.6 Angular distribution of

radiation scattered by a perfectly conducting sphere in the long-wavelength

ka 3.1). From the table on p. 551 we obtain the absolute squared terms, In x XI.

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. Fig. 16.6 Angular distribution of

radiation scattered by a perfectly conducting sphere in the long-wavelength

**limit**(ka 3.1). From the table on p. 551 we obtain the absolute squared terms, In x XI.

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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