## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Furthermore, the

cannot be expressed in terms of a current density. These moments can give rise

to dipole fields which vary appreciably on the

treat ...

Furthermore, the

**atomic**electrons possess intrinsic magnetic moments whichcannot be expressed in terms of a current density. These moments can give rise

to dipole fields which vary appreciably on the

**atomic**scale of dimensions. Totreat ...

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Now bimax is very,large compared to

Consequently in dense media there are many

particle's trajectory and the typical atom in question if b is comparable to bimax.

Now bimax is very,large compared to

**atomic**dimensions, especially for large y.Consequently in dense media there are many

**atoms**lying between the incidentparticle's trajectory and the typical atom in question if b is comparable to bimax.

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Scattering cross section, for radiation, resonant, 604 Scattering of particles, by

mean square angle of, 456 multiple, 458 single, 458 total

, 455 ...

Scattering cross section, for radiation, resonant, 604 Scattering of particles, by

**atoms**, 451 f. effect of**atomic**screening on, 453 effect of nuclear size on, 454mean square angle of, 456 multiple, 458 single, 458 total

**atomic**cross section for, 455 ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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