## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The first principle of Einstein is that the laws of physics have the same form in

different Lorentz

rank . This is necessary in order that a relation valid in one coordinate

The first principle of Einstein is that the laws of physics have the same form in

different Lorentz

**frames**. This means that the equations ... 4 - tensors of the samerank . This is necessary in order that a relation valid in one coordinate

**frame**will ...Page 393

5 ) In the rest

energy of the particle at rest : E ' = 1 ( 12 . 6 ) To determine , we consider the

Lorentz transformation ( 12 . 4 ) of p from the rest

Kin ...

5 ) In the rest

**frame**of the particle ( p ' = 0 ) the scalar product ( 12 . 5 ) gives theenergy of the particle at rest : E ' = 1 ( 12 . 6 ) To determine , we consider the

Lorentz transformation ( 12 . 4 ) of p from the rest

**frame**of the particle to the**frame**Kin ...

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4 Radiation emitted during relativistic collisions viewed from the laboratory (

nucleus at rest ) and the

one of the great virtues of the special theory of relativity ( aside from being correct

and ...

4 Radiation emitted during relativistic collisions viewed from the laboratory (

nucleus at rest ) and the

**frame**K ' ( incident particle essentially at rest ) . But it isone of the great virtues of the special theory of relativity ( aside from being correct

and ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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