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sin 2r + * sin 2i o" (i + r.) cos (i — r) pr * sin 2i — sin 2r - (7.60) Eo" — 4 -> tan (i —

r) * in 2, 14 in 2: "( t ) Au Again the results on the right apply for u' = u. For normal

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E

**PARALLEL**TO PLANE OF INCIDENCE * = 2 Le sin 2i —o- 2 cos i sin r Eo **sin 2r + * sin 2i o" (i + r.) cos (i — r) pr * sin 2i — sin 2r - (7.60) Eo" — 4 -> tan (i —

r) * in 2, 14 in 2: "( t ) Au Again the results on the right apply for u' = u. For normal

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E is

necessary Lorentz transformation described in Section 12.8 to obtain explicitly

parametric equations for the particle's trajectory. (b) Repeat the calculation of (a)

for |E| ...

E is

**parallel**to the r axis; B is**parallel**to the y axis. (a) For |E| < |B] make thenecessary Lorentz transformation described in Section 12.8 to obtain explicitly

parametric equations for the particle's trajectory. (b) Repeat the calculation of (a)

for |E| ...

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comparable

component is negligible (of order 1/y”) compared to that from the perpendicular

component.

**parallel**to and perpendicular to the velocity. But we have just seen that forcomparable

**parallel**and perpendicular forces the radiation from the**parallel**component is negligible (of order 1/y”) compared to that from the perpendicular

component.

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