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67 ) , will be applied in this chapter and subsequent ones to various problems

involving the

will be applied to the problem of radiation

67 ) , will be applied in this chapter and subsequent ones to various problems

involving the

**emission**of radiation . The magnetic - moment formula ( 14 . 74 )will be applied to the problem of radiation

**emitted**in orbital - electron capture by ...Page 506

In radiation problems , such as the

decay , the wave nature of the ... effects are relatively hard to include ( see

Chapter 17 ) , but also because of the discrete quantum nature of the photons

In radiation problems , such as the

**emission**of bremsstrahlung or radiative betadecay , the wave nature of the ... effects are relatively hard to include ( see

Chapter 17 ) , but also because of the discrete quantum nature of the photons

**emitted**.Page 532

Actually , modifications arise because a neutrino is always

- capture process . The probability of

depend on the square of its energy Ey . When no photon is

...

Actually , modifications arise because a neutrino is always

**emitted**in the electron- capture process . The probability of

**emission**of the neutrino can be shown todepend on the square of its energy Ey . When no photon is

**emitted**, the neutrino...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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