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In Galilean relativity

under Galilean transformations the infinitesimal elements of distance and time

are separately invariant. Thus ds” = dx2 + dy” + dz” = ds” (11.59) dt? = di'?

In Galilean relativity

**space**and time coordinates are unconnected. Consequentlyunder Galilean transformations the infinitesimal elements of distance and time

are separately invariant. Thus ds” = dx2 + dy” + dz” = ds” (11.59) dt? = di'?

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The other components of f yield similar results, showing that (11.126) can be

written as f = | F.J., k - 1, 2, 3 (11.128) C The right-hand side of (11.128) is

evidently the

a 4-vector f ...

The other components of f yield similar results, showing that (11.126) can be

written as f = | F.J., k - 1, 2, 3 (11.128) C The right-hand side of (11.128) is

evidently the

**space**components of a 4-vector. Hence f must be the**space**part ofa 4-vector f ...

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We will make use of Section 13.4 to the extent of noting that, for a nonpermeable

medium, we may discuss the fields and energy radiated as if the particle moved

in free

...

We will make use of Section 13.4 to the extent of noting that, for a nonpermeable

medium, we may discuss the fields and energy radiated as if the particle moved

in free

**space**with a velocity v > c, provided at the end of the calculation we make...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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