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t;2 t' = To = — = t 1 — – (11.23) p? co J.-H. cThe time t is the meson's lifetime t as

observed in the system K.

viewed from K the moving meson lives longer than a meson at rest in K. The ...

t;2 t' = To = — = t 1 — – (11.23) p? co J.-H. cThe time t is the meson's lifetime t as

observed in the system K.

**Consequently**T = −4 = (11.24) 2 ty 1 — – . co Whenviewed from K the moving meson lives longer than a meson at rest in K. The ...

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... the atomic electrons.

chapter. presented.

ideas involved, 429 Collisions between Charged Particles, Energy Loss, and

Scattering.

... the atomic electrons.

**Consequently**the path is much less straight. ... of thechapter. presented.

**Consequently**our discussion will emphasize the physicalideas involved, 429 Collisions between Charged Particles, Energy Loss, and

Scattering.

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limits (3.103). Then in the relativistic limit the Fermi expression (13.70) is (#).-#

Resios: - ) da:/ b-a tre” 0 e(0) 1.123c 1 X |in s ) - ;In (1 — o do (13.75) (t)a It is

worth ...

**Consequently**we can approximate the Bessel functions by their small argumentlimits (3.103). Then in the relativistic limit the Fermi expression (13.70) is (#).-#

Resios: - ) da:/ b-a tre” 0 e(0) 1.123c 1 X |in s ) - ;In (1 — o do (13.75) (t)a It is

worth ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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