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where the coefficients aE(l, m) and aM(l, m) specify the amounts of electric (/, m)

are of form (16.43). The coefficients aK(l, m) and aM(l, m), as well as the relative ...

where the coefficients aE(l, m) and aM(l, m) specify the amounts of electric (/, m)

**multipole**and magnetic (/, m)**multipole**fields. The radial functions f,(kr) andgj(fcr)are of form (16.43). The coefficients aK(l, m) and aM(l, m), as well as the relative ...

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a certain parity (even or odd) for a

m will have the opposite parity, since the curl operation changes parity. Then,

because v is a polar vector with odd parity, the states connected by the

interaction ...

a certain parity (even or odd) for a

**multipole**transition, then the corresponding A<m will have the opposite parity, since the curl operation changes parity. Then,

because v is a polar vector with odd parity, the states connected by the

interaction ...

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The moment Qlm is seen to be the same in form as the electrostatic

moment qlm (4.3). The moment Q[m' is an induced electric

to the magnetization. It is generally at least a factor kr smaller than the normal ...

The moment Qlm is seen to be the same in form as the electrostatic

**multipole**moment qlm (4.3). The moment Q[m' is an induced electric

**multipole**moment dueto the magnetization. It is generally at least a factor kr smaller than the normal ...

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