## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The root mean square angle of emission of radiation in the

1 = * (14.42) V This is typical of the

vectorial relation between 3 and 3. The total power radiated can be obtained ...

The root mean square angle of emission of radiation in the

**relativistic**limit is (*) =1 = * (14.42) V This is typical of the

**relativistic**radiation patterns, regardless of thevectorial relation between 3 and 3. The total power radiated can be obtained ...

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densities under, 37 method of, examples ... 364 Jacobian, in Lorentz

transformation of coordinates, 376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics,

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**Relativistic**invariance Inversion, method of, 35 method of, behavior of chargedensities under, 37 method of, examples ... 364 Jacobian, in Lorentz

transformation of coordinates, 376 in transforming delta functions, 79 Kinematics,

**relativistic**, ...Page 637

... 216 f.; see also Index of refraction

distributions of radiation, 474, 476, 484, 501

integral, 406 of 4-dimensional Laplacian, 375 of 4-dimensional volume element,

376 ...

... 216 f.; see also Index of refraction

**Relativistic**effects in angular and frequencydistributions of radiation, 474, 476, 484, 501

**Relativistic**invariance, of actionintegral, 406 of 4-dimensional Laplacian, 375 of 4-dimensional volume element,

376 ...

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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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