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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
cross section x'(o') in the system K' is 16 Łes: ) () (o: 2) '(a)') co- + -—| – || || – || |n ...
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 scattered
power per unit solid angle is # - # |rBse!” (16.153) The incident flux is S = : Re (
Eine x ...
We see that near the resonant frequency oo the absorption cross section has the
same 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
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
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