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E PARALLEL TO PLANE OF INCIDENCE UE sin 2i E. ' EO 2 Nu'e ' sin 2r + 2 cos i sin r sin ( i + r ) cos ( i – r ) u sin 2i u ' ( 7.60 ) sin 2i - · sin 2r E. " E. tan ( i r ) tan ( i + r ) sin 2r + u sin 2i M = M. Again the results on the ...
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 ( t ) = v . , € 3 + Ba ( € – ie , ) eipt ( 12.95 ) where ez is a ...
р 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 1/72 ) compared to that from the ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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