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Make quantitative statements if you can. As in Problem 14.2a a charge e moves

in simple harmonic

instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t') e°cg" sin” 0 cos” (ot') ...

Make quantitative statements if you can. As in Problem 14.2a a charge e moves

in simple harmonic

**motion**along the z axis, z(t') = a cos (apot'). (a) Show that theinstantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t') e°cg" sin” 0 cos” (ot') ...

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Since oo-" is a time appropriate to the mechanical

the relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time t

(17.3), radiative reaction effects on the

...

Since oo-" is a time appropriate to the mechanical

**motion**, again we see that, ifthe relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time t

(17.3), radiative reaction effects on the

**motion**will be unimportant. The examples...

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Hint: In performing the time averages make use of Kepler's law of . equal areas (

dt = mr^ do|L) to convert time integrals to angular integrals. The Dirac (1938)

relativistic theory of classical point electrons has as its equation of

Hint: In performing the time averages make use of Kepler's law of . equal areas (

dt = mr^ do|L) to convert time integrals to angular integrals. The Dirac (1938)

relativistic theory of classical point electrons has as its equation of

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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