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But for reasonable thicknesses such that the particle does not lose appreciable

energy , the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward angles . The

multiple - scattering

= _ 1 ...

But for reasonable thicknesses such that the particle does not lose appreciable

energy , the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward angles . The

multiple - scattering

**distribution**for the projected angle of scattering PM ( O ' ) do '= _ 1 ...

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3 has inside of it a uniform volume

parameter B varies harmonically in time at frequency w . This corresponds to

surface waves on a sphere . Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making

the ...

3 has inside of it a uniform volume

**distribution**of charge totaling Q . The smallparameter B varies harmonically in time at frequency w . This corresponds to

surface waves on a sphere . Keeping only lowest - order terms in B and making

the ...

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Power, radiated, angular

charged particle, 470, 472 radiated, by charged particle in accelerators, 471

radiated, by charge in arbitrary periodic motion, 501 radiated, by multipoles, 550 f

. radiated, ...

Power, radiated, angular

**distribution**of quadrupole, 275, 552 radiated, bycharged particle, 470, 472 radiated, by charged particle in accelerators, 471

radiated, by charge in arbitrary periodic motion, 501 radiated, by multipoles, 550 f

. radiated, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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