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This sets a lower limit on impact parameters equal to (15.17), even for relativistic

motion. With (15.11), (15.12), and these revised impact parameters, the radiation

This sets a lower limit on impact parameters equal to (15.17), even for relativistic

motion. With (15.11), (15.12), and these revised impact parameters, the radiation

**cross section**x'(o') in the system K' is 16 Łes: ) () (o: 2) '(a)') co- + -—| – || || – || |n ...Page 572

In discussing the scattered intensity it is convenient to use the concept of a

scattering

power per unit solid angle is dPse c “too – — Irbse!” 16.153 ji==|rb. (16.153) The

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In discussing the scattered intensity it is convenient to use the concept of a

scattering

**cross section**. This has already been defined in (14.101). The scatteredpower per unit solid angle is dPse c “too – — Irbse!” 16.153 ji==|rb. (16.153) The

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We see that near the resonant frequency oo the absorption

same Lorentz shape as the scattering

At high frequencies T, -- oor, so that the absorption

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We see that near the resonant frequency oo the absorption

**cross section**has thesame Lorentz shape as the scattering

**cross section**, but is larger by a factor T/T.At high frequencies T, -- oor, so that the absorption

**cross section**approaches the...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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