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For such time-varying fields there are induced electromotive forces which cause
the sources of current to do work. Since the energy in the field is by definition the
total work done to establish it, we must consider these contributions. Suppose for
For simplicity, we consider scalar waves in only one dimension. The scalar
amplitude u(x, f) can be thought of as one of the components of the
electromagnetic field. The basic solution to the wave equation (7.2) has been
exhibited in (7.6).
Since the gross overall effect is to lower the cross section below that predicted by
(13.92) for whatever reason, we will consider only the electromagnetic aspect.
The charge distribution of the atomic nucleus can be crudely approximated by a ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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