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It is often desirable to use the projected

being made on some convenient plane such as the plane of a photographic

emulsion or a bubble chamber , as shown in Fig . 13.7 . For small

easy to ...

It is often desirable to use the projected

**angle**of scattering ( ' , the projectionbeing made on some convenient plane such as the plane of a photographic

emulsion or a bubble chamber , as shown in Fig . 13.7 . For small

**angles**it iseasy to ...

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( 02 ) — 47N In ( 2102- % ) ( 13.111 ) po The mean square

linearly with the thickness t . ... thicknesses such that the particle does not lose

appreciable energy , the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward

( 02 ) — 47N In ( 2102- % ) ( 13.111 ) po The mean square

**angle**increaseslinearly with the thickness t . ... thicknesses such that the particle does not lose

appreciable energy , the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward

**angles**.Page 459

13.8 Multiple and single scattering distributions of projected

of plural scattering ( & ~ 2-3 ) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transition

from the small -

the ...

13.8 Multiple and single scattering distributions of projected

**angle**. In the regionof plural scattering ( & ~ 2-3 ) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transition

from the small -

**angle**multiple scattering ( approximately Gaussian in shape ) tothe ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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