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We will begin by considering the simple problem of energy transfer to a free

. Quantum ...

We will begin by considering the simple problem of energy transfer to a free

**electron**by a fast heavy particle . Then the effects of a binding force on the**electron**are explored , and the classical Bohr formula for energy loss is obtained. Quantum ...

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For simplicity we will consider the so - called Lorentz gas , which consists of N

fixed ions of charge Ze per unit volume and NZ free

Furthermore

of ...

For simplicity we will consider the so - called Lorentz gas , which consists of N

fixed ions of charge Ze per unit volume and NZ free

**electrons**per unit volume .Furthermore

**electron**-**electron**interactions will be ignored . The approximationof ...

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photons of nuclear particle ) Coulomb ... Incident particle Photoejection of atomic

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**electron**( light particle ) -nucleus collision**Electron**Scattering of virtual ( lightphotons of nuclear particle ) Coulomb ... Incident particle Photoejection of atomic

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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