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This expression for Q has an intuitive physical interpretation when written in the

form : e = ” ) ( Geometrical

the cavity , and Sits total surface area . The Q of a cavity is evidently , apart from a

...

This expression for Q has an intuitive physical interpretation when written in the

form : e = ” ) ( Geometrical

**factor**) ( 8 . 92 ) * u . 158 ) ^ where V is the volume ofthe cavity , and Sits total surface area . The Q of a cavity is evidently , apart from a

...

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Apart from

multipoles is , according to ( 16 . 102 ) , I għ 2 1 ( 16 . 105 ) TM ( 1 ) \ mcal Te ( 1 )

The presence of the

...

Apart from

**factors**of the order of unity , the transition probability for magneticmultipoles is , according to ( 16 . 102 ) , I għ 2 1 ( 16 . 105 ) TM ( 1 ) \ mcal Te ( 1 )

The presence of the

**factor**( ka ) 22 in the transition probability ( 16 . 104 ) means...

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We see that near the resonant frequency w , the absorption cross section has the

same Lorentz shape as the scattering cross section , but is larger by a

At high frequencies I ' , → wot , so that the absorption cross section approaches ...

We see that near the resonant frequency w , the absorption cross section has the

same Lorentz shape as the scattering cross section , but is larger by a

**factor**T / .At high frequencies I ' , → wot , so that the absorption cross section approaches ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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