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I'-UW (,A A erf r$.2 13.3 Classical and Quantum-Mechanical

Formulas The energy transfer ( 1 3.3 1 ) to a harmonically bound charge can be

used to calculate a classical

passing ...

I'-UW (,A A erf r$.2 13.3 Classical and Quantum-Mechanical

**Energy**-**Loss**Formulas The energy transfer ( 1 3.3 1 ) to a harmonically bound charge can be

used to calculate a classical

**energy loss**per unit length for a fast, heavy particlepassing ...

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The corresponding relativistic expression without the density effect is, from (13.36

), /d-E\ = (££) \dx!b>a c We see that the density effect produces a simplification in

that the asymptotic

The corresponding relativistic expression without the density effect is, from (13.36

), /d-E\ = (££) \dx!b>a c We see that the density effect produces a simplification in

that the asymptotic

**energy loss**no longer depends on the details of atomic ...Page 449

13.5

incorporated, the upper one being the total

energy ...

13.5

**Energy loss**, including the density effect. The dotted curve is the total**energy****loss**without density correction. The solid curves have the density effectincorporated, the upper one being the total

**energy loss**and the lower one theenergy ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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