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E PARALLEL TO PLANE OF INCIDENCE £,/ _ 0 / pe sin 2i 2 cos i sin r ,«'e' • , . u .
,. sin (i + r) cos (i — r) r sin 2r + — sin 2i „ „ — sin 2i — sin 2r ,. . £0 _ j« _ tan (i — r
) • i sin 2r , i" • -•• tan(i + r) + — sin 2i (7.60) Again the results on the right apply ...
E is parallel to the x axis; B is parallel to the // axis. (a) For |E/ < /B| make the
necessary Lorentz transformation described in Section 12.8 to obtain explicitly
parametric equations for the particle's trajectory. (b) Repeat the calculation of (a)
for /E/ > ...
parallel to and perpendicular to the velocity. But we have just seen that for
comparable parallel and perpendicular forces the radiation from the parallel
component is negligible (of order l/y2) compared to that from the perpendicular
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