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rapidly and cause the integrands to have very small average values except in the

forward

Fin is unimportant, since the scattered field (9.117) is proportional to k x F. The ...

rapidly and cause the integrands to have very small average values except in the

forward

**direction**where k > ko. In that**direction**the second term in both Fu, andFin is unimportant, since the scattered field (9.117) is proportional to k x F. The ...

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“Gentle enough” generally means that the distance over which B changes

appreciably in magnitude or

of the particle. Then the lowest-order approximation to the motion is a spiraling

around ...

“Gentle enough” generally means that the distance over which B changes

appreciably in magnitude or

**direction**is large compared to the gyration radius aof the particle. Then the lowest-order approximation to the motion is a spiraling

around ...

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In collision problems it is usual that the

and the

and consequently that of AB, are not known. Consequently the plane containing ...

In collision problems it is usual that the

**direction**of the incident particle is knownand the

**direction**of the radiation is known, but the deflected particle's**direction**,and consequently that of AB, are not known. Consequently the plane containing ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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