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For such time-varying fields there are induced electromotive forces which cause

the sources of current to do work. Since the energy in the field is by definition the

total work done to establish it, we must

...

For such time-varying fields there are induced electromotive forces which cause

the sources of current to do work. Since the energy in the field is by definition the

total work done to establish it, we must

**consider**these contributions. Suppose for...

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Either w or A: can be viewed as the independent variable when one

making a linear superposition. ... To allow for the possibility of dispersion we will

Either w or A: can be viewed as the independent variable when one

**considers**making a linear superposition. ... To allow for the possibility of dispersion we will

**consider**a> as a general function of A:: w = a>(k) (7.25) Since the dispersive ...Page 454

Since the gross overall effect is to lower the cross section below that predicted by

(13.92) for whatever reason, we will

The charge distribution of the atomic nucleus can be crudely approximated by a ...

Since the gross overall effect is to lower the cross section below that predicted by

(13.92) for whatever reason, we will

**consider**only the electromagnetic aspect.The charge distribution of the atomic nucleus can be crudely approximated by a ...

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