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where the particular choice of constant coefficients is made for later convenience.

Equation (4.1) is

monopole term, l = 1 is the dipole term, etc. The reason for these names becomes

clear ...

where the particular choice of constant coefficients is made for later convenience.

Equation (4.1) is

**called**a multipole expansion; the l = 0 term is**called**themonopole term, l = 1 is the dipole term, etc. The reason for these names becomes

clear ...

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6.5 Gauge Transformations; Lorentz Gauge; Coulomb Gauge The transformation

(6.34) and (6.35) is

under such transformations is

6.5 Gauge Transformations; Lorentz Gauge; Coulomb Gauge The transformation

(6.34) and (6.35) is

**called**a gauge transformation, and the invariance of the fieldsunder such transformations is

**called**gauge invariance. The relation (6.36) ...Page 370

At t = 0 a physical system, say a particle, is at the origin. Because the velocity of

light is an upper bound on all velocities, the space-time domain can be divided

into three regions by a “cone,”

...

At t = 0 a physical system, say a particle, is at the origin. Because the velocity of

light is an upper bound on all velocities, the space-time domain can be divided

into three regions by a “cone,”

**called**the light cone, whose surface is specified by...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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