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For such small angles the

approximately (14.41) dP(t') 8 . dtt 77 c3 (1 + The natural angular unit is evidently

y~l. The

units.

For such small angles the

**angular distribution**(14.39) can be writtenapproximately (14.41) dP(t') 8 . dtt 77 c3 (1 + The natural angular unit is evidently

y~l. The

**angular distribution**is shown in Fig. 14.5 with angles measured in theseunits.

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We note that electric and magnetic multipoles of a given (/, m) have the same

angular dependence, but have polarizations at right angles to one another. Thus

the multipole order can be determined by measurement of the

We note that electric and magnetic multipoles of a given (/, m) have the same

angular dependence, but have polarizations at right angles to one another. Thus

the multipole order can be determined by measurement of the

**angular****distribution**...Page 575

Keeping only lowest-order terms in //' and making the long-wavelength

approximation, calculate the nonvanishing multipole moments, the

density of ...

Keeping only lowest-order terms in //' and making the long-wavelength

approximation, calculate the nonvanishing multipole moments, the

**angular****distribution**of radiation, and the total power radiated. 16.3 The uniform chargedensity of ...

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