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We will content ourselves with the extreme relativistic

since the important frequencies ... Consequently we can approximate the Bessel

functions by their small argument

...

We will content ourselves with the extreme relativistic

**limit**( B 1 ) . Furthermore ,since the important frequencies ... Consequently we can approximate the Bessel

functions by their small argument

**limits**( 3 . 103 ) . Then in the relativistic**limit**the...

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112 ) If the frequency is low enough so that ka < 1 , then the

at all angles . But for frequencies where ka > 1 , there will be a region of forward

angles less than 0 ~ ( 14 . 113 ) where the

112 ) If the frequency is low enough so that ka < 1 , then the

**limit**qa < 1 will applyat all angles . But for frequencies where ka > 1 , there will be a region of forward

angles less than 0 ~ ( 14 . 113 ) where the

**limit**qa < 1 holds , and a region of ...Page 518

5 Radiation cross section in the complete screening

the semiclassical result . The curve marked “ Bethe - Heitler " is the

quantummechanical Born approximation . Wmax For extremely relativistic

particles the ...

5 Radiation cross section in the complete screening

**limit**. The constant value isthe semiclassical result . The curve marked “ Bethe - Heitler " is the

quantummechanical Born approximation . Wmax For extremely relativistic

particles the ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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