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Then the expansion of an arbitrary f unction /(f, 77) is /(f, fl = I I a>mVn(e)VJto) (
2.44) n m where = P ''a , r,) (2.45) If the interval (a, fe) becomes infinite, the set of
orthogonal functions £/„(£) may become a continuum of functions, rather than a ...
where \t is the position of the fth particle. Then the magnetic moment (5.55)
becomes (X< X ¥<> (5'62) The vector product (x< x vj is proportional to the /th
particle's orbital angular momentum, L< = M<(K< x v,). Thus (5.62) becomes m =y
~^- L, ...
Then inertial effects enter and the conductivity becomes complex. Unfortunately
at these same frequencies the description of collisions in terms of a frictional
force tends to lose its validity. The whole process becomes more complicated.
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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