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E PARALLEL TO PLANE OF INCIDENCE £,/ - I fie sin 2i 2 cos i sin r sin 2r + . A*'
2/ C°S '' ~ „ „ — sin 2i — sin 2r ,. £0 - f< _ tan (i — r) ~ ~»• sin 2r + sin 2/ tan (7.60)
Again the results on the right apply for p = p. For normal incidence (/ = 0), both ...
The motion described by (12.93) is a circular motion perpendicular to B and a
uniform translation parallel to B. The solution for the velocity is easily shown to be
v(0 = vfo + roaafo - ieje-***' (12.95) where e3 is a unit vector parallel to the field, ...
parallel to and perpendicular to the velocity. But we have just seen that for
comparable parallel and perpendicular forces the radiation from the parallel
component is negligible (of order 1/y2) compared to that from the perpendicular
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media
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