## Classical Electrodynamics |

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rapidly and cause the integrands to have very small average values except in the

forward

Fm is unimportant, since the scattered field (9.117) is proportional to k x F. The ...

rapidly and cause the integrands to have very small average values except in the

forward

**direction**where k < ko. In that**direction**the second term in both Fon andFm is unimportant, since the scattered field (9.117) is proportional to k x F. The ...

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14.4 Radiation pattern for charge accelerated in its

patterns are not to scale, the relativistic one (appropriate for y - 2) having been

reduced by a factor ~10° for the same acceleration. 6max therefore define the ...

14.4 Radiation pattern for charge accelerated in its

**direction**of motion. The twopatterns are not to scale, the relativistic one (appropriate for y - 2) having been

reduced by a factor ~10° for the same acceleration. 6max therefore define the ...

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confined to a very narrow cone in the

the angular distribution (14.39) can be written approximately dP(t') - 8 e^*.s (ys): -

14.41 10 oz., " (Toy (14.41) The natural angular unit is evidently y—".

confined to a very narrow cone in the

**direction**of motion. For such small anglesthe angular distribution (14.39) can be written approximately dP(t') - 8 e^*.s (ys): -

14.41 10 oz., " (Toy (14.41) The natural angular unit is evidently y—".

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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