Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |
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When the particular Lorentz transformation (28-28) which we have been using is
written in the notation of (28-65), it becomes *l' = Y*l + '/fy*4 X-) — Xt X-> — X-i x^
yxt-ipyxi (28-76) Upon comparing (28-76) with (28-67), we see ...
When the particular Lorentz transformation (28-28) which we have been using is
written in the notation of (28-65), it becomes *l' = Y*l + '/fy*4 X-) — Xt X-> — X-i x^
yxt-ipyxi (28-76) Upon comparing (28-76) with (28-67), we see ...
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Guide speed, 497 Guiding center, 579 Guiding field, 591 Gyromagnetic ratio, 605
Half-wave antenna, 528 Heaviside-Lorentz system of units, 418 Heisenberg, 609
Helicity, 448 Helium, susceptibility of, 615 Helix, axial induction of, 265 as ...
Guide speed, 497 Guiding center, 579 Guiding field, 591 Gyromagnetic ratio, 605
Half-wave antenna, 528 Heaviside-Lorentz system of units, 418 Heisenberg, 609
Helicity, 448 Helium, susceptibility of, 615 Helix, axial induction of, 265 as ...
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Lorentz gauge, 412 Lorentz' lemma, 456 Lorentz transformation, 542, 552 Lorenz
-Lorentz law, 612 Magnet, 352, 369, 385 fields of, 387 Magnetic charge, 366
Magnetic circuit, 385, 390 Magnetic dipole, 338 field of, 340 of filamentary current
, ...
Lorentz gauge, 412 Lorentz' lemma, 456 Lorentz transformation, 542, 552 Lorenz
-Lorentz law, 612 Magnet, 352, 369, 385 fields of, 387 Magnetic charge, 366
Magnetic circuit, 385, 390 Magnetic dipole, 338 field of, 340 of filamentary current
, ...
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