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2 Energy transfer as a function of

a representation of the correct result . In the interval bmin < b < bmax the energy

transfer is given approximately by ( 13 . 2 ) . But for

2 Energy transfer as a function of

**impact parameter**. bmin bmax log 6 - 7 curve isa representation of the correct result . In the interval bmin < b < bmax the energy

transfer is given approximately by ( 13 . 2 ) . But for

**impact parameters**outside ...Page 434

In any event , a proper treatment of binding effects is given in the next section .

Discussion of ( 13 . 13 ) as a ... 9 ) of the

Coulomb collisions for b < bmax with the free - energy transfer ( 13 . 2 ) and

essentially ...

In any event , a proper treatment of binding effects is given in the next section .

Discussion of ( 13 . 13 ) as a ... 9 ) of the

**impact parameter**which divides theCoulomb collisions for b < bmax with the free - energy transfer ( 13 . 2 ) and

essentially ...

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12 ) The classical limits on the

analogous to those of Section 13 . 1 . The classical minimum

( see ( 13 . 5 ) - 13 . 7 ) ] : ( 15 . 13 ) М2 while the maximum value is governed by ...

12 ) The classical limits on the

**impact parameters**can be found by argumentsanalogous to those of Section 13 . 1 . The classical minimum

**impact parameter**is( see ( 13 . 5 ) - 13 . 7 ) ] : ( 15 . 13 ) М2 while the maximum value is governed by ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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