## Course of theoretical physics: Electrodynemics of continuous media |

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In a solid or liquid medium, however, several

with the particle. The effect of this on the energy loss by the particle can be

macroscopically regarded as resulting from the dielectric polarization of the

medium by ...

In a solid or liquid medium, however, several

**atoms**may interact simultaneouslywith the particle. The effect of this on the energy loss by the particle can be

macroscopically regarded as resulting from the dielectric polarization of the

medium by ...

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The mean (with respect to the electrons) ionization energy of an

almost independent of its interaction with ... To do so, we note that in a rarefied

gas, which for simplicity we suppose to consist of uniform

s ...

The mean (with respect to the electrons) ionization energy of an

**atom**is usuallyalmost independent of its interaction with ... To do so, we note that in a rarefied

gas, which for simplicity we suppose to consist of uniform

**atoms**, the permittivity iss ...

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We shall assume the

localized in non-overlapping shells which are ... We shall also assume that the

lattice consists of

be ...

We shall assume the

**atoms**to be so heavy that the majority of their electrons arelocalized in non-overlapping shells which are ... We shall also assume that the

lattice consists of

**atoms**of only one kind, with one**atom**in each unit cell; it mustbe ...

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