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Comparison with Newton's equation for

, yielding the free-particle Lagrangian (12.69). The general requirement that yL

be Lorentz invariant allows us to determine the Lagrangian for a relativistic ...

Comparison with Newton's equation for

**nonrelativistic**motion shows that A = mc2, yielding the free-particle Lagrangian (12.69). The general requirement that yL

be Lorentz invariant allows us to determine the Lagrangian for a relativistic ...

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The results are (15.9) ^ = -^|Ap|2cos20 •|Ap|2 These angular distributions are

valid for all types of

verified in detail for the continuous X-ray spectrum produced by electrons of

kinetic ...

The results are (15.9) ^ = -^|Ap|2cos20 •|Ap|2 These angular distributions are

valid for all types of

**nonrelativistic**small- angle collisions. They have beenverified in detail for the continuous X-ray spectrum produced by electrons of

kinetic ...

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'n umts of the spectrum end point wmax = -(y — l)A/c2, 192 \M/ \y- 1 where the

upper (lower) line is the

argument of the logarithm in the radiation cross section (15.32) becomes ...

'n umts of the spectrum end point wmax = -(y — l)A/c2, 192 \M/ \y- 1 where the

upper (lower) line is the

**nonrelativistic**(relativistic) limiting form. When a> < w, theargument of the logarithm in the radiation cross section (15.32) becomes ...

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