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The motion described by (12.93) is a circular motion perpendicular to B and a

uniform translation

v(t) = uses + ora(e) – ies)e “” (12.95) where ea is a unit vector

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The motion described by (12.93) is a circular motion perpendicular to B and a

uniform translation

**parallel**to B. The solution for the velocity is easily shown to bev(t) = uses + ora(e) – ies)e “” (12.95) where ea is a unit vector

**parallel**to the field,...

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comparable

component is negligible (of order 1/y”) compared to that from the perpendicular

component.

**parallel**to and perpendicular to the velocity. But we have just seen that forcomparable

**parallel**and perpendicular forces the radiation from the**parallel**component is negligible (of order 1/y”) compared to that from the perpendicular

component.

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The uniform charge density of Problem 16.2 is replaced by a uniform density of

intrinsic magnetization

With the same approximations as above calculate the nonvanishing radiation ...

The uniform charge density of Problem 16.2 is replaced by a uniform density of

intrinsic magnetization

**parallel**to the z axis and having total magnetic moment M.With the same approximations as above calculate the nonvanishing radiation ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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