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1.8 This expression for

1.8 This expression for

**energy**density is intuitively reasonable , since regions of high fields “ must ” contain considerable**energy**.Page 448

Two substances having very different atomic structures will produce the same

Two substances having very different atomic structures will produce the same

**energy**loss for ultrarelativistic particles provided their densities are such ...Page 537

( a ) Calculate the cross sections for

( a ) Calculate the cross sections for

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

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