By Kimball A. Milton, J. Schwinger

This is a graduate point textbook at the conception of electromagnetic radiation and its program to waveguides, transmission strains, accelerator physics and synchrotron radiation. It has grown out of lectures and manuscripts through Julian Schwinger ready in the course of the battle at MIT's Radiation Laboratory, up to date with fabric constructed through Schwinger at UCLA within the Seventies and Eighties, and by way of Milton on the collage of Oklahoma in view that 1994. The publication features a nice variety of ordinary and tough routines and difficulties. it's addressed to scholars in physics, electric engineering, and utilized arithmetic looking an intensive creation to electromagnetism with emphasis on radiation idea and its purposes. A hardcover variation containing

additionally the reprints of greater than 15 papers through Schwinger on those themes is offered separately.

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In the evaluation of (dr) e · j, we are concerned only with the ﬁelds within the region occupied by charge. The eﬀect of retardation, or the ﬁnite speed of light, is slight and the diﬀerence between the charge density at the retarded time and at the local time can be expressed by a power series expansion, with 1/c regarded as a small parameter, |r − r | ∂ ρ(r , t) c ∂t |r − r |2 ∂ 2 |r − r |3 ∂ 3 + ρ(r , t) − ρ(r , t) + · · · . 180) on employing charge conservation to discard the second term in the expansion.

141) is the magnetic dipole moment of the system. 132) is that associated with the electric dipole moment. The quadrupole moment contribution is smaller by a factor of the same magnitude as the larger of the two ratios a/λ, a/r, and will be discarded. 140) save for static or quasistatic phenomena when the magnetic dipole moment eﬀect may assume importance. The quadrupole moment term will also be discarded here. 142b) by φ(r, t) = −∇ · Πe (r, t) , 1 ∂ a(r, t) = Πe (r, t) + ∇ × Πm (r, t) . 143b) The consistency of the approximations for the vector and scalar potentials is veriﬁed on noting that these expressions satisfy the Lorenz condition (this statement also applies to the discarded quadrupole moment terms).

15). First, we return to the initial deﬁnition of the spherical harmonics ν ∗ · rr l! 21) from which the ψlm are constructed, ψlm = l+m l−m ψ+ ψ− . 22) If we insert into this ψ+ = i , ψ− = 1 : νx = 1 , νy = 0 , νz = i . , becomes l (cos θ + i sin θ cos φ)l = (−i)m m=−l l! ] (l + 1/2)1/2 a Fourier series, from which we deduce im l! ]1/2 (l + 1/2)1/2 2π 0 dφ −imφ e (cos θ + i sin θ cos φ)l . 26) which is known as Laplace’s ﬁrst integral representation. 1). 27) from which we derive, for any function f represented by a power series, that d dt f 2π im Jm (t) = 0 t=0 dφ −imφ e f (i cos φ) .