## Classical physics, Part 5 |

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### Contents

2 Potentials of static and quasistatic systems | 4 |

3 Potentials of dynamic systems | 5 |

6 The relationship between density and potential of dynamic systems | 10 |

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4-dimensional form 4-potential 4-vector acceleration according to formula angle arbitrary assume average calculated called charge and current charge moving charge q complex amplitudes components constant current densities damping force denoted dipole distance electric and magnetic electric charge electric field electric intensity electric potential electromagnetic field electromagnetic potentials electromagnetic waves electron elements of motion energy flux density energy-momentum 4-tensor equal to zero equation of motion expression frame of reference frame's origin frequency function given by formula gravitational incident wave integral kinetic magnetic energies magnetic field magnetic intensities magnetic potential material system Maxwell-Lorentz equations monoperiodic moving charge Newton-Lorentz equation obtain oscillations particle perpendicular photons polarized potential force Poynting vector quadrupole quantity radiating charge radiation damping radiation reaction radius vector reference point right side sine space point Substituting system of charges taking into account tensor tion Trouton-Noble experiment unit vector volume write written x-axis xxxxx Let z-axis