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This can also be written entirely in terms of real functions as : -i— = - f — X I 7T Jfl

cos fc(2 - (GO » i/0(/ep<)K0(fcp>) + 2coS l>(* - f )]/m(/cp<)Km(fcp>) (3.149) A

number of useful mathematical results can be

let ...

This can also be written entirely in terms of real functions as : -i— = - f — X I 7T Jfl

cos fc(2 - (GO » i/0(/ep<)K0(fcp>) + 2coS l>(* - f )]/m(/cp<)Km(fcp>) (3.149) A

number of useful mathematical results can be

**obtained**from this expansion. If welet ...

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John David Jackson. Fig. 12.4 Laboratory angle 0, of particle 3 versus center of

momentum angle 6' for a < 1 and a > 1. it is a straightforward, although tedious,

matter to

John David Jackson. Fig. 12.4 Laboratory angle 0, of particle 3 versus center of

momentum angle 6' for a < 1 and a > 1. it is a straightforward, although tedious,

matter to

**obtain**the result : ±p cos 0, ...Page 498

Then we

14.127) ^ ail c where 0 is measured relative to the velocity v. The presence of the

delta function guarantees that the radiation is emitted only at the Cherenkov

angle ...

Then we

**obtain**dl(w) n x v ' dQ c3 The integral is a Dirac delta function. Then (14.127) ^ ail c where 0 is measured relative to the velocity v. The presence of the

delta function guarantees that the radiation is emitted only at the Cherenkov

angle ...

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