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For such small angles the

approximately 03 28 dP ( t ' ) 8 e ? ; 2 ( 70 ) 2 dΩ ( 14.41 ) ( 1 + 7202,5 The

natural

14.5 with angles ...

For such small angles the

**angular**distribution ( 14.39 ) can be writtenapproximately 03 28 dP ( t ' ) 8 e ? ; 2 ( 70 ) 2 dΩ ( 14.41 ) ( 1 + 7202,5 The

natural

**angular**unit is evidently y - 1 . The**angular**distribution is shown in Fig .14.5 with angles ...

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Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making the long - wavelength

approximation , calculate the nonvanishing multipole moments , the

distribution of radiation , and the total power radiated . 16.3 The uniform charge

density of ...

Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making the long - wavelength

approximation , calculate the nonvanishing multipole moments , the

**angular**distribution of radiation , and the total power radiated . 16.3 The uniform charge

density of ...

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Quadrupole moment , nuclear , 102 of oscillating source , 275 see also Multipole

moment Power , radiated ,

, by charged particle , 470 , 472 radiated , by charged particle in accelerators ...

Quadrupole moment , nuclear , 102 of oscillating source , 275 see also Multipole

moment Power , radiated ,

**angular**distribution of quadrupole , 275 , 552 radiated, by charged particle , 470 , 472 radiated , by charged particle in accelerators ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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