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For kinks the axial magnetic field lines are stretched, rather than compressed

laterally together. But the result is the same; namely the increased tension in the

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**Consequently**, if B* > \Bf (10.63) the column is stable against sausage distortions.For kinks the axial magnetic field lines are stretched, rather than compressed

laterally together. But the result is the same; namely the increased tension in the

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to diffuse into the material, rather than go in a rectilinear path. The subject of

energy loss and scattering is an important one and is discussed in several books

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**Consequently**the path is much less straight. After a short distance, electrons tendto diffuse into the material, rather than go in a rectilinear path. The subject of

energy loss and scattering is an important one and is discussed in several books

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In collision problems it is usual that the direction of the incident particle is known

and the direction of the radiation is known, but the deflected particle's direction,

and

In collision problems it is usual that the direction of the incident particle is known

and the direction of the radiation is known, but the deflected particle's direction,

and

**consequently**that of Ap, are not known.**Consequently**the plane containing ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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