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rapidly and cause the integrands to have very small average values except in the

forward

Finl is unimportant , since the scattered field ( 9 . 117 ) is proportional to k X F .

rapidly and cause the integrands to have very small average values except in the

forward

**direction**where k ~ kp . In that**direction**the second term in both Fsh andFinl is unimportant , since the scattered field ( 9 . 117 ) is proportional to k X F .

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The surfaces move with velocities V , and V2 , respectively , in the x

uniform magnetic field B , acts in the 2 -

and y

The surfaces move with velocities V , and V2 , respectively , in the x

**direction**. Auniform magnetic field B , acts in the 2 -

**direction**. The system is infinite in the xand y

**directions**. We will look for a steady - state solution for flow in the x**direction**...Page 508

5 ) includes all polarizations of the emitted radiation . Sometimes it is of interest to

exhibit the intensity for a definite state of polarization . In collision problems it is

usual that the

5 ) includes all polarizations of the emitted radiation . Sometimes it is of interest to

exhibit the intensity for a definite state of polarization . In collision problems it is

usual that the

**direction**of the incident particle is known and the**direction**of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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