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Before the development of special relativity ( and even afterwards , when dealing

with

, although not often explicitly stated , by all physicists that physical laws should ...

Before the development of special relativity ( and even afterwards , when dealing

with

**relative**speeds small compared with the velocity of light ) , it was understood, although not often explicitly stated , by all physicists that physical laws should ...

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3000 Å , the expected effect is a fringe shift of about one - tenth of a fringe . The

accuracy of the Michelson - Morley experiment was such that a

108 cm / sec would have been seen ( i.e. , one - third of the above estimate ) .

3000 Å , the expected effect is a fringe shift of about one - tenth of a fringe . The

accuracy of the Michelson - Morley experiment was such that a

**relative**velocity of108 cm / sec would have been seen ( i.e. , one - third of the above estimate ) .

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Thus there exists a triply infinite set of equivalent reference frames moving with

constant velocities in rectilinear paths

phenomena occur in an identical manner . For brevity these equivalent ...

Thus there exists a triply infinite set of equivalent reference frames moving with

constant velocities in rectilinear paths

**relative**to one another in which all physicalphenomena occur in an identical manner . For brevity these equivalent ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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