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The quadrupole moment of a nuclear state is defined as the value of ( 1 / e ) L33

with the charge density PJ Ma ( x ) , where e is the protonic charge : Ma = 1 ( 338

– bey M . ( x ) đ®g ( 4 . 18 ) Ma The dimensions of QJ Ma are

The quadrupole moment of a nuclear state is defined as the value of ( 1 / e ) L33

with the charge density PJ Ma ( x ) , where e is the protonic charge : Ma = 1 ( 338

– bey M . ( x ) đ®g ( 4 . 18 ) Ma The dimensions of QJ Ma are

**consequently**...Page 120

Under the action of an electric field E the charge is displaced from its equilibrium

by an amount x given by mo , x = eE

Pmol = ex = ol = ex = E ( 4 . 77 ) mwo This means that the polarizability is y = e ...

Under the action of an electric field E the charge is displaced from its equilibrium

by an amount x given by mo , x = eE

**Consequently**the induced dipole moment isPmol = ex = ol = ex = E ( 4 . 77 ) mwo This means that the polarizability is y = e ...

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As the particle penetrates into the outer region , it starts feeling the magnetic

induction , is turned around , and leaves the surface with velocity Ř .

momentum transfer 2M ...

As the particle penetrates into the outer region , it starts feeling the magnetic

induction , is turned around , and leaves the surface with velocity Ř .

**Consequently**each particle colliding with the plasma surface receives amomentum transfer 2M ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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