## Classical Electrodynamics |

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type of problem which is essentially diffraction is the

obstacle. We will consider the

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**Scattering**by a Conducting Sphere in the Short-Wavelength Limit Anothertype of problem which is essentially diffraction is the

**scattering**of waves by anobstacle. We will consider the

**scattering**of a plane electromagnetic wave by a ...Page

The multiple-

210ZT*) t (13.111) 1S 1 62 PM (6') d6' = — exp (— #) d6' (13.112) M Vr(0°) (0°)

where both positive and negative values of 6' are considered. The smallangle ...

The multiple-

**scattering**distribution for the projected angle of**scattering**| In (210ZT*) t (13.111) 1S 1 62 PM (6') d6' = — exp (— #) d6' (13.112) M Vr(0°) (0°)

where both positive and negative values of 6' are considered. The smallangle ...

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13.8 Multiple and single

of plural

the small-angle multiple

13.8 Multiple and single

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

**scattering**(x > 2–3) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transition fromthe small-angle multiple

**scattering**(approximately Gaussian in shape) to the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Greens theorem | 14 |

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