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We note that the ratio of the classical to

/hv in agreement with the ratio (13.42) of the classical and

bmin- For fast particles in all but the highest Z substances (Zze2/hv) is less than ...

We note that the ratio of the classical to

**quantum**-mechanical angles 0min is Zze^/hv in agreement with the ratio (13.42) of the classical and

**quantum**values ofbmin- For fast particles in all but the highest Z substances (Zze2/hv) is less than ...

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The

The wave nature of the incident particle sets a

on the impact parameters, b$*~-£- (15.17) Mr This means that the radiation cross

...

The

**quantum**modifications are very similar to those discussed in Section 13.3.The wave nature of the incident particle sets a

**quantum**-mechanical lower limiton the impact parameters, b$*~-£- (15.17) Mr This means that the radiation cross

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This has the obvious

order (/, m) carries off mh units of z component of angular momentum per photon

of energy hw. In further analogy with

This has the obvious

**quantum**interpretation that the radiation from a multipole oforder (/, m) carries off mh units of z component of angular momentum per photon

of energy hw. In further analogy with

**quantum**mechanics we would expect the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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