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Since the Lagrangian must be a function of velocities and coordinates , we write

the free - particle equation of

v2 / c2 ) ] - " . At the least sophisticated level we know that the Lagrangian L must

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Since the Lagrangian must be a function of velocities and coordinates , we write

the free - particle equation of

**motion**as d ( ymv ) = 0 ( 12.67 ) dt where y = [ 1 – (v2 / c2 ) ] - " . At the least sophisticated level we know that the Lagrangian L must

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Page 578

Antennas and radiation from multipole sources are examples of the first type of

problem , while

phenomena are examples of the second type . Occasionally , as in the discussion

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Antennas and radiation from multipole sources are examples of the first type of

problem , while

**motion**of charges in electric and magnetic fields and energy lossphenomena are examples of the second type . Occasionally , as in the discussion

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Since wo - 7 is a time appropriate to the mechanical

the relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time =

( 17.3 ) , radiative reaction effects on the

Since wo - 7 is a time appropriate to the mechanical

**motion**, again we see that , ifthe relevant mechanical time interval is long compared to the characteristic time =

( 17.3 ) , radiative reaction effects on the

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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