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The current density J has only a component in the $ direction , dir ? a ) Jo = 1 / ( cos 6 ' ) ( 5.33 ) a The delta ... Equation ( 5.32 ) holds only for rectangular components of A. * Thus we write rectangular components of J : Je = -Jo ...
But we have just seen that for comparable parallel and perpendicular forces the radiation from the parallel component is negligible ( of order 1/72 ) compared to that from the perpendicular component . Consequently we may neglect the ...
If the 2 component of angular momentum of a single photon is known precisely , the uncertainty principle requires that the other components be uncertain , with mean square values such that ( 16.67 ) holds .
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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