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From (3.170) and an identity of Problem 3.12c this requirement can be seen to

imply ]{mf(k)=q (3.172) *-o When boundary conditions (3.171) are applied to the

general solution (3.170), there results a pair of

...

From (3.170) and an identity of Problem 3.12c this requirement can be seen to

imply ]{mf(k)=q (3.172) *-o When boundary conditions (3.171) are applied to the

general solution (3.170), there results a pair of

**integral**equations of the first kind:...

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To do this we make use of the following easily proved identities connecting

surface

x V x A = V(V • A) — V2A, it is evident that the volume

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To do this we make use of the following easily proved identities connecting

surface

**integrals**over a closed surface S to ... dV (9.74) Jr From the expansion, Vx V x A = V(V • A) — V2A, it is evident that the volume

**integral**vanishes identically.

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We see that F,h and Fm are proportional to (k ± k,,), respectively; the shadow

As the scattering angle departs from the forward direction the shadow

...

We see that F,h and Fm are proportional to (k ± k,,), respectively; the shadow

**integral**will be large and the**integral**from the illuminated region will go to zero.As the scattering angle departs from the forward direction the shadow

**integral**will...

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