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For comparison we write the ratio of

(13.13) or (13.44): JI7 A ^ . ujurad *r • *i I 37r 137 MW InB, For nonrelativistic

particles (v < c) the

collision ...

For comparison we write the ratio of

**radiative**energy loss to collision energy loss(13.13) or (13.44): JI7 A ^ . ujurad *r • *i I 37r 137 MW InB, For nonrelativistic

particles (v < c) the

**radiative**loss is completely negligible compared to thecollision ...

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... 150 of magnetically permeable body, 176 of permanent magnets, 167 self-, 22,

588 Energy conservation between particles and fields, 190, 386 Energy density,

electromagnetic, 189, 205 Energy loss,

... 150 of magnetically permeable body, 176 of permanent magnets, 167 self-, 22,

588 Energy conservation between particles and fields, 190, 386 Energy density,

electromagnetic, 189, 205 Energy loss,

**radiative**, in nonrelativistic collisions, ...Page 630

Energy loss,

collisions, 518 Energy of particle, relativistic transformation of, 391 Energy

transfer, in collision with bound charge, 434 in Coulomb collision, 430 in discrete

amounts ...

Energy loss,

**radiative**, in nonrelativistic collisions, 513**radiative**, in relativisticcollisions, 518 Energy of particle, relativistic transformation of, 391 Energy

transfer, in collision with bound charge, 434 in Coulomb collision, 430 in discrete

amounts ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

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