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( t ) dt 2ka Jo The transmission coefficient increases more or less monotonically

as ka increases , with small oscillations superposed . For ka > 1 , the second form

in ( 9 . 109 ) can be used to obtain an asymptotic

( t ) dt 2ka Jo The transmission coefficient increases more or less monotonically

as ka increases , with small oscillations superposed . For ka > 1 , the second form

in ( 9 . 109 ) can be used to obtain an asymptotic

**expression**, T = 1 - zka - zlkas ...Page 446

69 ) , we find , after some calculation , the

Resim * aK / ( 2 * a ) Ko ( ra ) ( \ dx / b > a TT v2 where 2 is given by ( 13 . 62 ) .

This result can be obtained more elegantly by calculating the electromagnetic

energy ...

69 ) , we find , after some calculation , the

**expression**due to Fermi , ( ) = 2 ( zeResim * aK / ( 2 * a ) Ko ( ra ) ( \ dx / b > a TT v2 where 2 is given by ( 13 . 62 ) .

This result can be obtained more elegantly by calculating the electromagnetic

energy ...

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where we have used the dipole moment

second term is small , the imaginary part of 1 / € ( w ) can be readily calculated

and substituted into ( 13 . 70 ) . Then the integral over dw can be performed in the

...

where we have used the dipole moment

**expression**( 13 . 19 ) . Assuming that thesecond term is small , the imaginary part of 1 / € ( w ) can be readily calculated

and substituted into ( 13 . 70 ) . Then the integral over dw can be performed in the

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