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coefficient is 32 ( Re B ) % e - 21 / 8 1 – 2e - 21 / 8 cos ( 21 / 8 ) + e - 4t / 8 Sketch

log T as a function of ( t / 8 ) , assuming Re B = 10 - 2 . Define “ very small

thickness .

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**Show**that , except for sheets of very small thickness , the transmissioncoefficient is 32 ( Re B ) % e - 21 / 8 1 – 2e - 21 / 8 cos ( 21 / 8 ) + e - 4t / 8 Sketch

log T as a function of ( t / 8 ) , assuming Re B = 10 - 2 . Define “ very small

thickness .

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21 ) it is easy to

d22 – c2 dt2 ( 11 . 60 ) This leads ... 62 )

time of the particle , is a Lorentz invariant quantity . This is of considerable ...

21 ) it is easy to

**show**that the invariant " length " element is ds2 = dx2 + dy2 +d22 – c2 dt2 ( 11 . 60 ) This leads ... 62 )

**shows**that the time t , called the propertime of the particle , is a Lorentz invariant quantity . This is of considerable ...

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70 ) it is elementary to

rotation of the axes through an angle y . The coordinates of the ... 75 )

the angle y is a complex angle whose tangent tan y = iß ( 11 . 78 ) This result can

be ...

70 ) it is elementary to

**show**that ( 11 . 75 ) yields exactly the ... 11**shows**arotation of the axes through an angle y . The coordinates of the ... 75 )

**shows**thatthe angle y is a complex angle whose tangent tan y = iß ( 11 . 78 ) This result can

be ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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