HINTON INSTRUMENTS: Professional MIDI Guide Part 1: MIDI Hardware The MIDI 1.0 Specification states: Maxwell's equations Quote So if Coulombs law works best for you, then use coulomb's law - there's no need to re-invent the wheel. As far as the original problem goes it is solved, but it uncovered great many things for me, so what is left now is curiosity because this solution implies Coulomb's and Biot-Savart law tell different and more complete story than Maxwell's equations and yet they are supposed to talk about the same E and B fields. A Guide to Relativity Books [Physics FAQ] - [Copyright] Original by Chris Hillman (with contributions by Nathan Urban) September 1998. You bet!
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Seminar: Visualizing Special Relativity The following text is that of a seminar presented to the ANU Physics Department on 25 September 1997. Note that the links to animations will not function. Animations may be downloaded elsewhere. D’Inverno – Introducing Einstein’s Relativity problems Here are my solutions to various problems in Ray D’Inverno’s textbook Introducing Einstein’s Relativity. The book does give answers to most problems at the back, but it doesn’t provide the working behind them in most cases, so I’ll post my own modest attempts here. Chapter 2 – The k-calculus