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Cherenkov radiation and the Weizsacker-Williams method of virtual quanta are

also discussed. In the atomic and nuclear collision processes semiclassical

arguments are again employed to obtain approximate

results.

Cherenkov radiation and the Weizsacker-Williams method of virtual quanta are

also discussed. In the atomic and nuclear collision processes semiclassical

arguments are again employed to obtain approximate

**quantum**-**mechanical**results.

Page 454

We note that the ratio of the classical to

lhv in agreement with the ratio (13.42) of the classical and quantum values of

6min. For fast particles in all but the highest Z substances (Zze^/hv) is less than ...

We note that the ratio of the classical to

**quantum**-**mechanical**angles 0min is Zze*lhv in agreement with the ratio (13.42) of the classical and quantum values of

6min. For fast particles in all but the highest Z substances (Zze^/hv) is less than ...

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One might hope that the transition from classical to

treatments would remove the difficulties. While there is still hope that this may

eventually occur, the present

even more ...

One might hope that the transition from classical to

**quantum**-**mechanical**treatments would remove the difficulties. While there is still hope that this may

eventually occur, the present

**quantum**-**mechanical**discussions are beset witheven more ...

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