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field strengths is a

an applied field ( see Section 4 . 4 ) . Equation ( 4 . 72 ) can be combined with ( 4

. 36 ) and ( 4 . 67 ) to yield : P = Nymol ( E + 45 p ) ( 4 . 73 ) where we have ...

field strengths is a

**constant**which characterizes the response of the molecules toan applied field ( see Section 4 . 4 ) . Equation ( 4 . 72 ) can be combined with ( 4

. 36 ) and ( 4 . 67 ) to yield : P = Nymol ( E + 45 p ) ( 4 . 73 ) where we have ...

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( c ) Nuclear - charge distributions can be approximated by a

density throughout a spheroidal volume of semimajor axis a and semiminor axis

b . Calculate the quadrupole moment of such a nucleus , assuming that the total ...

( c ) Nuclear - charge distributions can be approximated by a

**constant**chargedensity throughout a spheroidal volume of semimajor axis a and semiminor axis

b . Calculate the quadrupole moment of such a nucleus , assuming that the total ...

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Only when we define other field quantities may it be convenient to insert

dimensional proportionality

. 4 ) di - N27 The

Only when we define other field quantities may it be convenient to insert

dimensional proportionality

**constants**in the definitions in order to adjust the ... ( A. 4 ) di - N27 The

**constant**ky is a proportionality**constant**akin to k , in ( A . 2 ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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