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In this chapter collisions between swiftly moving, charged

considered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between collision

partners and on the accompanying deflections from the

charged ...

In this chapter collisions between swiftly moving, charged

**particles**areconsidered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between collision

partners and on the accompanying deflections from the

**incident**direction. A fastcharged ...

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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 ... Then the elastic

scattering of

Finally ...

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 ... Then the elastic

scattering of

**incident particles**by nuclei and multiple scattering are presented.Finally ...

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In any given collision there are an "

perturbing fields of the

radiation which is analyzed into a frequency spectrum of virtual quanta. Then the

...

In any given collision there are an "

**incident particle**" and a "struck system." Theperturbing fields of the

**incident particle**are replaced by an equivalent pulse ofradiation which is analyzed into a frequency spectrum of virtual quanta. Then the

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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