## Classical Electromagnetism Via Relativity: An Alternative Approach to Maxwell's Equations |

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Contents

Electromagnetism as a Second Order Effect | 20 |

The Electric and Magnetic Fields of a Point Charge | 29 |

Maxwells Equations via Relativity | 46 |

Copyright | |

7 other sections not shown

### Other editions - View all

Classical Electromagnetism via Relativity: An Alternative Approach to ... William Geraint Vaughan Rosser No preview available - 1968 |

### Common terms and phrases

accelerating charges According to eqn Appendix assumed atomic scale axis Biot-Savart law calculated capacitor charge crosses charge density charge moving charge q classical electromagnetism co-ordinates coil conduction current Consider Coulomb's law crossing the surface current density current element current flow developed dielectric direction displacement distance electric and magnetic electric charge electric current electric flux electrons empty space equal field lines Gaussian surface given by eqn gives rise Hence inertial frame inertial reference frame information collecting sphere laboratory scale Lorentz force Lorentz transformations macroscopic charge macroscopic electric intensity macroscopic fields macroscopic magnetic induction magnetic dipole magnetic field magnetic force magnetic monopoles Maxwell's equations moving charge moving with uniform moving with velocity polarization positive charges principle of relativity radiation fields retarded position rotating scalar Section shown in Figure special relativity stationary test charge theory of special total electric uniform velocity vector potential volume element zero