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PREFACE
CHAPTER I
HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF IDEAS AS TO THE NATURE OF SPACE AND TIME
part i. the space and time of galileo and newton
part ii. the space and time of the ether theory
Fig. 1
CHAPTER II
The First Postulate of Relativity
Fig. 4
Further Postulates of the Theory of Relativity
CHAPTER III
SOME ELEMENTARY DEDUCTIONS
Measurements of Time in a Moving System
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
The Composition of Velocities
The Relation Between Mass and Energy
CHAPTER IV
The Lorentz Transformation
Fig. 10
Deduction of the Fundamental Transformation Equations
Further Transformation Equations
The Idea of Simultaneity
Velocities Greater than that of Light
CHAPTER VI
The Laws of Motion
The Mass of a Moving Particle
Transformation Equations for Mass
Equation for the Force Acting on a Moving Particle
Transformation Equations for Force
The Force Exerted by a Moving Charge
Work
Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy
The Relation between Mass and Energy
CHAPTER VII
On the Nature of a System of Particles
The Conservation of Momentum
The Equation of Angular Momentum
The Function T
The Modified Lagrangian Function
The Principle of Least Action
Lagrange’s Equations
Equations of Motion in the Hamiltonian Form
On the Location of Energy in Space
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
part ii. introduction of the principle of least action
part iii. some mathematical relations
part iv. applications of the results
149. The Momentum of a Moving Thermodynamic System
CHAPTER XII
ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
Derivation of the Fifth Fundamental Equation
Applications to Electromagnetic Theory
The Theory of Moving Dielectrics
Fig. 15
CHAPTER XIII
Fig. 16
Fig. 17
part i. vector analysis of the non-euclidean four-dimensional manifold
Vectors of Higher Dimensions
Fig. 18
part ii. applications of the four-dimensional analysis
The Dynamics of a Particle
The Dynamics of an Elastic Body
APPENDIX I.—Symbols for Quantities
APPENDIX II.—Vector Notation
Three Dimensional Space
Non-Euclidean Four Dimensional Space
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The Theory of the Relativity of Motion

The Theory of the Relativity of Motion

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