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The general angular distribution is complicated. But the total power radiated can
be calculated in a straightforward way. With the definition of Q(n) we can write the
angular dependence as In x Q(n)|2 = Q* • Q - |n • Q|2 = I CSiC^^n, - 2 CjCu'i.
Calculate the quadrupole moments, the radiation fields, the angular distribution
of radiation, and the total radiated power in the long-wavelength approximation.
9.3 Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity ...
Why? Make quantitative statements if you can. 14.5 As in Problem 14.2a a
charge e moves in simple harmonic motion along the z axis, z(t') = a cos («V')- (a)
Show that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t') _ e^cp
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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