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I was trying to derive the following results from 4B.8 as suggested by using the vector triple product identity but have been unsuccessful in deriving ##\vec{L_R}## and ##\vec{S_R}## in the end. After using the identity and finding the integrand to be ## \vec{E}(\vec{r}\cdot\vec{B}) - \vec{B} (\vec{r} \cdot \vec{E}) ## what would be the next best step to take to re-derive the 4B.10 and 4B.11?

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# I Vector integration by parts

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