## Classical Electrodynamics |

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This shows that, apart from an overall phase factor, the pulse travels along

undistorted in shape with a

(7.32) If an energy density is associated with the magnitude of the wave (or its ...

This shows that, apart from an overall phase factor, the pulse travels along

undistorted in shape with a

**velocity**, called the group**velocity**: do * - 7.32 Do dk lo(7.32) If an energy density is associated with the magnitude of the wave (or its ...

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There was a preferred coordinate system in which the ether was at rest. There the

of light was presumably not c. To avoid setting electromagnetism apart from the ...

There was a preferred coordinate system in which the ether was at rest. There the

**velocity**of light in vacuum was equal to c. In other coordinate frames the**velocity**of light was presumably not c. To avoid setting electromagnetism apart from the ...

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vector v, and at position 2 an infinitesimal time later (t + 6t) with

The increment in

time t the electron's rest frame K'and the laboratory frame K are related by a ...

vector v, and at position 2 an infinitesimal time later (t + 6t) with

**velocity**v + 6v.The increment in

**velocity**is related to the electron's acceleration a by 6v = a 6t. Attime t the electron's rest frame K'and the laboratory frame K are related by a ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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