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E x H+ 8.47)* 4tr_l 2 ( ) (8.47) whose real part

energy. For the two types of field we find, using (8.24): 2 ok levor + i; ww. S = ± (

8.48) 8try 1 2 - y” # =|es IV,ws" — i – p"V,"p Au k where the upper (lower) line is

for TM ...

E x H+ 8.47)* 4tr_l 2 ( ) (8.47) whose real part

**gives**the time-averaged flux ofenergy. For the two types of field we find, using (8.24): 2 ok levor + i; ww. S = ± (

8.48) 8try 1 2 - y” # =|es IV,ws" — i – p"V,"p Au k where the upper (lower) line is

for TM ...

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... one of which

separated. Fig. 9.1 Short, center-fed, linear antenna. x -#. [Sect. 9.3] Simple

Radiating ...

... one of which

**gives**a transverse magnetic induction and the other of which**gives**a transverse electric field. These physically distinct contributions can beseparated. Fig. 9.1 Short, center-fed, linear antenna. x -#. [Sect. 9.3] Simple

Radiating ...

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Bohr's formula (13.36)

relatively slow alpha particles and heavier nuclei. But for electrons, mesons,

protons, and even fast alphas, it overestimates the energy loss considerably. The

reason is ...

Bohr's formula (13.36)

**gives**a reasonable description of the energy loss ofrelatively slow alpha particles and heavier nuclei. But for electrons, mesons,

protons, and even fast alphas, it overestimates the energy loss considerably. The

reason is ...

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