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This vector potential can be written as the sum of two terms , one of which

transverse magnetic induction and the other of which

field . These physically distinct contributions can be ( Sect . 9 . 3 ] 273 Simple ...

This vector potential can be written as the sum of two terms , one of which

**gives**atransverse magnetic induction and the other of which

**gives**a transverse electricfield . These physically distinct contributions can be ( Sect . 9 . 3 ] 273 Simple ...

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113 ) pv I 013 This

I 2zZe22 do ' Ps ( O ' ) do ' = Ni o ( 13 . 114 ) do ' 2 ' pu ! 013 The single -

scattering distribution is valid only for angles large compared to ( O2 ) , and

contributes ...

113 ) pv I 013 This

**gives**a single - scattering distribution for the projected angle :I 2zZe22 do ' Ps ( O ' ) do ' = Ni o ( 13 . 114 ) do ' 2 ' pu ! 013 The single -

scattering distribution is valid only for angles large compared to ( O2 ) , and

contributes ...

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An electron possesses a magnetic moment as well as a charge . The

disappearance of the magnetic moment also

spectrum of quite different character . The intensity distribution in angle and

frequency for a ...

An electron possesses a magnetic moment as well as a charge . The

disappearance of the magnetic moment also

**gives**rise to radiation , but with aspectrum of quite different character . The intensity distribution in angle and

frequency for a ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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