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For neutral

impossible to obtain their relativistic transformation properties in this ... A charged

For neutral

**particles**with no detectable electromagnetic interactions it is clearlyimpossible to obtain their relativistic transformation properties in this ... A charged

**particle**can be thought of as a very localized distribution of charge and mass.Page 393

The length of the 4-vector p, is a Lorentz invariant quantity which is characteristic

of the

scalar product (12.5) gives the energy of the

The length of the 4-vector p, is a Lorentz invariant quantity which is characteristic

of the

**particle**: 2. (pop). = (p. 2)--. (12.5) In the rest frame of the**particle**(p = 0) thescalar product (12.5) gives the energy of the

**particle**at rest: E' = A (12.6) To ...Page 417

12.7 (a)

induction. (b) Curvature of lines of magnetic induction will cause drift

perpendicular to the (r, y) plane. |VB|B|< 1, the drift velocity is small compared to

the orbital ...

12.7 (a)

**Particle**moving in helical path along lines of uniform, constant magneticinduction. (b) Curvature of lines of magnetic induction will cause drift

perpendicular to the (r, y) plane. |VB|B|< 1, the drift velocity is small compared to

the orbital ...

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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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