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170 ) , there results a pair of

V , for 0 spsa ( 3 . 173 ) k f ( k ) J . ( kp ) = 0 , for a < p < 0 Such pairs of

equations , with one of the pair holding over one part of the range of the ...

170 ) , there results a pair of

**integral**equations of the first kind : dk f ( k ) Jo ( kp ) =V , for 0 spsa ( 3 . 173 ) k f ( k ) J . ( kp ) = 0 , for a < p < 0 Such pairs of

**integral**equations , with one of the pair holding over one part of the range of the ...

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68 ) into six terms , we will now show that the surface

terms in ( 9 . 72 ) , involving the product ( GE ) , vanishes identically . To do this

we make use of the following easily proved identities connecting surface

68 ) into six terms , we will now show that the surface

**integral**of the first threeterms in ( 9 . 72 ) , involving the product ( GE ) , vanishes identically . To do this

we make use of the following easily proved identities connecting surface

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respectively ; the shadow

illuminated region will go to zero . As the scattering angle departs from the

forward direction the shadow

and the vector ...

respectively ; the shadow

**integral**will be large and the**integral**from theilluminated region will go to zero . As the scattering angle departs from the

forward direction the shadow

**integral**will vanish rapidly , both the exponentialand the vector ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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