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#### Radiation and Lienard Wiechert Potentials Part 1

Course: PHYS 30642, Fall 2009

School: East Los Angeles College

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PHYS ELECTRODYNAMICS: 30642 2. Radiation and Retarded Potentials 2.1 Introduction to Radiation from Accelerated Charges General non-stationary time dependent potentials and fields are given by solutions of the inhomogeneous wave equation for A and V. . i E = / 0 H = J + 0 E t A t and B= A, E= - V - Substitute E and B into the above Maxwell's equations i -V - A = / 0 2 V + iA = - / 0 t t x xA...

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