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If the polarization vector of the incident wave Eo makes an

normal to the plane containing the wave vectors k and ko, the azimuthal

of eul, measured from the plane containing k and ko, is given by y = (m/2) – 6. We

note ...

If the polarization vector of the incident wave Eo makes an

**angle**6 with thenormal to the plane containing the wave vectors k and ko, the azimuthal

**angle**yof eul, measured from the plane containing k and ko, is given by y = (m/2) – 6. We

note ...

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It is often desirable to use the projected

being made on some convenient plane such as the plane of a photographic

emulsion or a bubble chamber, as shown in Fig. 13.7. For small

to show ...

It is often desirable to use the projected

**angle**of scattering 6', the projectionbeing made on some convenient plane such as the plane of a photographic

emulsion or a bubble chamber, as shown in Fig. 13.7. For small

**angles**it is easyto show ...

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Or, using (13.107) for (0°), 2 (0°) – 4trN so pu | ln (210ZT*) t (13.111) The mean

square

appreciable energy, the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward

Or, using (13.107) for (0°), 2 (0°) – 4trN so pu | ln (210ZT*) t (13.111) The mean

square

**angle**increases linearly with the ... such that the particle does not loseappreciable energy, the Gaussian will still be peaked at very small forward

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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