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Consequently , according to ( 4.17 ) , the energy of the nuclei will have a contribution from the quadrupole interaction . The states of different M value for the same J will have different quadrupole moments QJM « , and so a degeneracy ...
Under the action of an electric field E the charge is displaced from its equilibrium by an amount x given by mwo o x = = eE Consequently the induced dipole moment is e ? Pmol = ex = E 2 mwo ( 4.77 ) This means that the polarizability is ...
Consequently , using ( 10.47 ) , we find that the current is related to the velocity by : dR 1 ? = 4 pc'R ? ( 10.52 ) dt Equation ( 10.52 ) depends on a rather simplified model of the mechanicalmomentum transfer rate in which each ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
TimeVarying Fields Maxwells Equations Con
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