## Classical Electrodynamics |

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We will begin by considering the simple problem of energy transfer to a free

. Quantum ...

We will begin by considering the simple problem of energy transfer to a free

**electron**by a fast heavy particle . Then the effects of a binding force on the**electron**are explored , and the classical Bohr formula for energy loss is obtained. Quantum ...

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... h / Mv Bremsstrahlung in

light particle ) Scattering of virtual photons ... ( in distant collisions ) particle

Photoejection of atomic

disintegra ...

... h / Mv Bremsstrahlung in

**electron**( light particle ) - nucleus collision**Electron**(light particle ) Scattering of virtual photons ... ( in distant collisions ) particle

Photoejection of atomic

**electrons**by virtual quanta**Electron**Nucleus**Electron**disintegra ...

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In the actual beta process the energy release is shared by the

neutrino so that the

maximum . Then the radiation spectrum ( 15 . 66 ) must be averaged over the

energy ...

In the actual beta process the energy release is shared by the

**electron**and theneutrino so that the

**electron**has a whole spectrum of energies up to somemaximum . Then the radiation spectrum ( 15 . 66 ) must be averaged over the

energy ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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