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11.4 . Points in space and time in the two systems are specified by ( x , y , z , t )

and ( x ' , y ' , z ' , t ' ) , respectively . For convenience we suppose that a common

axes ...

11.4 . Points in space and time in the two systems are specified by ( x , y , z , t )

and ( x ' , y ' , z ' , t ' ) , respectively . For convenience we suppose that a common

**origin**of time t = t = 0 is chosen at the instant when the two sets of coordinateaxes ...

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11.10 , one of the events is at the

< 0 , the events are said to have a time - like separation . Then a Lorentz

transformation can be found which will make xı ' Xa ' , yı ' = ya ' , z ; ' = zz ' , and

S12 = -c4 ...

11.10 , one of the events is at the

**origin**and the other lies in elsewhere . If $ 122< 0 , the events are said to have a time - like separation . Then a Lorentz

transformation can be found which will make xı ' Xa ' , yı ' = ya ' , z ; ' = zz ' , and

S12 = -c4 ...

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Consequently AE = e y • E dt ( 13.22 ) where v = x , and in the dipole

approximation E is the field of the incident particle at the

Fourier representations ( 13.16 ) and ( 13.17 ) , as well as that for a delta function

( 2.52 ) , and the ...

Consequently AE = e y • E dt ( 13.22 ) where v = x , and in the dipole

approximation E is the field of the incident particle at the

**origin**0. Using theFourier representations ( 13.16 ) and ( 13.17 ) , as well as that for a delta function

( 2.52 ) , and the ...

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