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cos ( i - p ) sin 2r + sin 2i u ' ( 7 . 60 ) - , sin 2i – sin 2r tan ( i – r ) tan ( i + r ) O sin 2r

+ ļ sin 2 ; Again the results on the right apply for ui ' = M . For normal incidence ...

E

**PARALLEL**TO PLANE OF INCIDENCE E• ' = 2 / Hesin 21 2 cos i sin sin ( i + r )cos ( i - p ) sin 2r + sin 2i u ' ( 7 . 60 ) - , sin 2i – sin 2r tan ( i – r ) tan ( i + r ) O sin 2r

+ ļ sin 2 ; Again the results on the right apply for ui ' = M . For normal incidence ...

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E is

necessary Lorentz transformation described in Section 12 . 8 to obtain explicitly

parametric equations for the particle ' s trajectory . ( b ) Repeat the calculation of (

a ) ...

E is

**parallel**to the x axis ; B is**parallel**to the y axis . ( a ) For El < B make thenecessary Lorentz transformation described in Section 12 . 8 to obtain explicitly

parametric equations for the particle ' s trajectory . ( b ) Repeat the calculation of (

a ) ...

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comparable

component is negligible ( of order 1 / 72 ) compared to that from the

perpendicular ...

**parallel**to and perpendicular to the velocity . But we have just seen that forcomparable

**parallel**and perpendicular forces the radiation from the**parallel**component is negligible ( of order 1 / 72 ) compared to that from the

perpendicular ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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