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**collisions**between swiftly moving , charged particles are considered , with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between**collision**partners and on the accompanying deflections from the incident direction .Page

Quantum considerations show that the classical result of the transfer of a small amount of energy in every

Quantum considerations show that the classical result of the transfer of a small amount of energy in every

**collision**is incorrect . But if we consider a large number of**collisions**, we find that on the average a small amount of energy ...Page

13.4 Density Effect in

13.4 Density Effect in

**Collision**Energy Loss For particles which are not too relativistic the observed energy loss is given accurately by ( 13.44 ) ( or by ( 13.36 ) if n > l ) for all kinds of particles in all types of media .### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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