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9.14 Diffraction pattern for a conducting sphere , showing the forward peak due to

shadow

maxima and minima . 0.1 0 4 / ka isotropic value at certain angles , as shown in

Fig .

9.14 Diffraction pattern for a conducting sphere , showing the forward peak due to

shadow

**scattering**, the isotropic reflected contribution , and the interferencemaxima and minima . 0.1 0 4 / ka isotropic value at certain angles , as shown in

Fig .

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But for reasonable thicknesses such that the particle does not lose appreciable

energy , the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward angles . The

multiple -

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But for reasonable thicknesses such that the particle does not lose appreciable

energy , the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward angles . The

multiple -

**scattering**distribution for the projected angle of**scattering**is 1 A12 PM (0 ...

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13.8 Multiple and single

of plural

from the small - angle multiple

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13.8 Multiple and single

**scattering**distributions of projected angle . In the regionof plural

**scattering**( & ~ 2–3 ) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transitionfrom the small - angle multiple

**scattering**( approximately Gaussian in shape ) tothe ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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