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This can be seen by letting the

double layer . The double layer is now imagined to consist of two parts , one

being a small disc directly under the

small ...

This can be seen by letting the

**observation**point come infinitesimally close to thedouble layer . The double layer is now imagined to consist of two parts , one

being a small disc directly under the

**observation**point . The disc is sufficientlysmall ...

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Then the

away from the diffracting system . The near - zone fields are complicated in

structure and of little interest . Points many wavelengths away from the diffracting

system ...

Then the

**observation**point may be in the near zone , less than a wavelengthaway from the diffracting system . The near - zone fields are complicated in

structure and of little interest . Points many wavelengths away from the diffracting

system ...

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81 ) where is the angle between u and the

semiclassical sense the electronic magnetic moment can be thought of as having

a magnitude u = V 3 ( eħ / 2mc ) , but being observed only through its projection

pz = E ...

81 ) where is the angle between u and the

**observation**direction n . In asemiclassical sense the electronic magnetic moment can be thought of as having

a magnitude u = V 3 ( eħ / 2mc ) , but being observed only through its projection

pz = E ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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