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Since there are numerous calculated curves of energy loss based on Bethe's formula ( 13.44 ) , it is often convenient to tabulate the decrease in energy loss due to the density effect . This is just the difference between ( 13.78 ) and ...
13.5 Energy loss , including the density effect . The dotted curve is the total energy loss without density correction . The solid curves have the density effect incorporated , the upper one being the total energy loss and the lower one ...
2 N In -3 hc Mc2 ( 15.45 ) showing that eventually the radiative loss is proportional to the particle's energy The comparison of radiative loss to collision loss now becomes 2192M In 4 Zz m Зп \ 137 / М dErad dEcoll z ' m q ( 15.46 ) In ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
TimeVarying Fields Maxwells Equations Con
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