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There will be a spectrum of eigenvalues y,” and corresponding solutions w, A = 1,

2, 3,..., which form an orthogonal set. These different solutions are called the

modes of the guide. For a given

for ...

There will be a spectrum of eigenvalues y,” and corresponding solutions w, A = 1,

2, 3,..., which form an orthogonal set. These different solutions are called the

modes of the guide. For a given

**frequency**o, the wave number k is determinedfor ...

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When the

time to accelerate and decelerate between collisions. Then inertial effects enter

and the conductivity becomes complex. Unfortunately at these same

...

When the

**frequency**of the applied fields is comparable to v, the electrons havetime to accelerate and decelerate between collisions. Then inertial effects enter

and the conductivity becomes complex. Unfortunately at these same

**frequencies**...

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Consequently its spectrum will contain only a narrow range of

centered around yulb. In collision problems we must sum the

15.52) over the various possible impact parameters. This gives the energy per

unit ...

Consequently its spectrum will contain only a narrow range of

**frequencies**centered around yulb. In collision problems we must sum the

**frequency**spectra (15.52) over the various possible impact parameters. This gives the energy per

unit ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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