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The power radiated per unit solid angle in the scalar Kirchhoff

dP ~ P, (ka): COS 0. s 2 d(2 47 where P, is given by (9.104). If we compare the

vector Kirchhoff result (9.103) with (9.112), we see similarities and differences.

The power radiated per unit solid angle in the scalar Kirchhoff

**approximation**isdP ~ P, (ka): COS 0. s 2 d(2 47 where P, is given by (9.104). If we compare the

vector Kirchhoff result (9.103) with (9.112), we see similarities and differences.

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Then both scalar and vector

~ P. (ka) |Jiska sin 0) d() T ' tr ka sin 6 The ... There is reason to believe that the

vector Kirchhoff result is close to the correct one, even though the

...

Then both scalar and vector

**approximations**reduce to the common expression, *~ P. (ka) |Jiska sin 0) d() T ' tr ka sin 6 The ... There is reason to believe that the

vector Kirchhoff result is close to the correct one, even though the

**approximation**...

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Neglecting the electromagnetic interaction between the two particles, determine

the radiation cross section in the center of mass system for a collision between

these identical particles to the lowest nonvanishing

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Neglecting the electromagnetic interaction between the two particles, determine

the radiation cross section in the center of mass system for a collision between

these identical particles to the lowest nonvanishing

**approximation**. Show that the...

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