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The root mean square angle of emission of radiation in the

02)'^ = - = — (14.42). y. E. This is typical of the

regardless of the vectorial relation between (3 and (3. The total power radiated

can be ...

The root mean square angle of emission of radiation in the

**relativistic**limit is i ^ (02)'^ = - = — (14.42). y. E. This is typical of the

**relativistic**radiation patterns,regardless of the vectorial relation between (3 and (3. The total power radiated

can be ...

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Dirac's

potential of charged conducting, 89 Discontinuity, of electric field, 9 of potential,

12 Dispersion, and causality, 234 and propagation, 208 f. anomalous, 211 in ...

Dirac's

**relativistic**force equation, 609 Dirichelet boundary conditions, 16 Disc,potential of charged conducting, 89 Discontinuity, of electric field, 9 of potential,

12 Dispersion, and causality, 234 and propagation, 208 f. anomalous, 211 in ...

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Kirchhoff diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of,

in diffraction, 280 vector equivalent of, 283 Klein-Nishina formula, 490

Lagrangian, for

particles, 411 ...

Kirchhoff diffraction, see Diffraction Kirchhoff's integral representation, 188 use of,

in diffraction, 280 vector equivalent of, 283 Klein-Nishina formula, 490

Lagrangian, for

**relativistic**charge particle, 407 for two interacting chargedparticles, 411 ...

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