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considered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between

partners and on the accompanying deflections from the incident direction. A fast

charged ...

In this chapter

**collisions**between swiftly moving, charged particles areconsidered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between

**collision**partners and on the accompanying deflections from the incident direction. A fast

charged ...

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108 ) In each

... Since the successive

theorem of statistics can be used to show that for a large number n of such

108 ) In each

**collision**the angular deflections obey the Rutherford formula ( 13 .... Since the successive

**collisions**are independent events , the central - limittheorem of statistics can be used to show that for a large number n of such

**collisions**...Page 536

The

passes through the atom ( b < d ) , and distant

passes by outside the atom ( b > d ) . The atomic “ radius ” d can be taken as a , Z

. For ...

The

**collisions**can be divided into two kinds : close**collisions**where the particlepasses through the atom ( b < d ) , and distant

**collisions**where the particlepasses by outside the atom ( b > d ) . The atomic “ radius ” d can be taken as a , Z

. For ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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