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The reason is that for the lighter particles quantum- mechanical modifications

cause a breakdown of the

discreteness of the possible energy transfers, and (2) limitations due to the wave

...

The reason is that for the lighter particles quantum- mechanical modifications

cause a breakdown of the

**classical**result. The important quantum effects are (1)discreteness of the possible energy transfers, and (2) limitations due to the wave

...

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Accordingly we define the radiation cross section #(w), with dimensions (area-

energy/frequency), , b)2nb db (15.12) The

parameters can be found by arguments analogous to those of Section 13.1. The

Accordingly we define the radiation cross section #(w), with dimensions (area-

energy/frequency), , b)2nb db (15.12) The

**classical**limits on the impactparameters can be found by arguments analogous to those of Section 13.1. The

**classical**...Page 593

It can therefore be thought an acceptable solution to the problem within the

limitations of

stresses are, of course, unknown. The stresses were merely postulated to meet

the ...

It can therefore be thought an acceptable solution to the problem within the

limitations of

**classical**theory. The origins and fundamental nature of the Poincarestresses are, of course, unknown. The stresses were merely postulated to meet

the ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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