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Choosing the magnitude of E for p, we have, by straightforward calculation with (

9.95), COS 0 + COS o) J1(kaš) 2 kaš as the scalar equivalent of (9.102). The

power radiated per unit solid angle in the scalar Kirchhoff

) ...

Choosing the magnitude of E for p, we have, by straightforward calculation with (

9.95), COS 0 + COS o) J1(kaš) 2 kaš as the scalar equivalent of (9.102). The

power radiated per unit solid angle in the scalar Kirchhoff

**approximation**is ikr y(x) ...

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Then both scalar and vector

dP (ka)*|J1(ka sin 6) = ~ P, So- |+}d() T ka ... There is reason to believe that the

vector Kirchhoff result is close to the correct one, even though the

...

Then both scalar and vector

**approximations**reduce to the common expression,dP (ka)*|J1(ka sin 6) = ~ P, So- |+}d() T ka ... There is reason to believe that the

vector Kirchhoff result is close to the correct one, even though the

**approximation**...

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Often the variations are gentle enough that a perturbation solution to the motion,

first given by Alfvén, is an adequate

means that the distance over which B changes appreciably in magnitude or ...

Often the variations are gentle enough that a perturbation solution to the motion,

first given by Alfvén, is an adequate

**approximation**. “Gentle enough” generallymeans that the distance over which B changes appreciably in magnitude or ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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