## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 13Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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if I . P . ( E , F , Am ) is poised . By using the Pólya conditions on ( E , F ) and the

Budan - Fourier theorem , the following result can be shown . We say that E is ...

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**given**data set . It is known that I . P . ( E , F , Am ) is poised if and onlyif I . P . ( E , F , Am ) is poised . By using the Pólya conditions on ( E , F ) and the

Budan - Fourier theorem , the following result can be shown . We say that E is ...

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The regions of constructive interference are those for which the classical action is

a minimum ( aa / ab = 0 ) , so that ( 2 ) ans ( b ) ( 29 ) C . OTHER

APPROXIMATIONS Using the semiclassical expression for n ( b )

and the impulse ...

The regions of constructive interference are those for which the classical action is

a minimum ( aa / ab = 0 ) , so that ( 2 ) ans ( b ) ( 29 ) C . OTHER

APPROXIMATIONS Using the semiclassical expression for n ( b )

**given**aboveand the impulse ...

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Bohr postulated instead that the electron radiated electromagnetic energy only

when it passed from one allowed circular orbit to a second allowed circular orbit

with lower energy , and that the frequency of the radiation was

Bohr postulated instead that the electron radiated electromagnetic energy only

when it passed from one allowed circular orbit to a second allowed circular orbit

with lower energy , and that the frequency of the radiation was

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### Contents

Catalysis Industrial 721 | 6 |

Archaeological Geology 31 Atomic Spectroscopy | 381 |

Artificial Intelligence 43 Auger Electron Spectroscopy | 395 |

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