## Classical Electrodynamics |

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The multiple-scattering

6') d6' = #) d6' (13.112) 1 — exp (– Vm (0°) (0°) where both positive and negative

values of 0' are considered. The smallangle Rutherford formula (13.92) can be ...

The multiple-scattering

**distribution**for the projected angle of scattering 1S r2 PM(6') d6' = #) d6' (13.112) 1 — exp (– Vm (0°) (0°) where both positive and negative

values of 0' are considered. The smallangle Rutherford formula (13.92) can be ...

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16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7 has inside of it a uniform volume

totaling Q. The small parameter B varies harmonically in time at frequency o. This

corresponds to surface waves on a sphere. Keeping only lowest-order terms in B

...

16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7 has inside of it a uniform volume

**distribution**of chargetotaling Q. The small parameter B varies harmonically in time at frequency o. This

corresponds to surface waves on a sphere. Keeping only lowest-order terms in B

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Power, radiated, angular

charged particle, 470, 472 radiated, by charged particle in accelerators, 471

radiated, by charge in arbitrary periodic motion, 501 radiated, by multipoles, 550 f

. radiated, ...

Power, radiated, angular

**distribution**of quadrupole, 275, 552 radiated, bycharged particle, 470, 472 radiated, by charged particle in accelerators, 471

radiated, by charge in arbitrary periodic motion, 501 radiated, by multipoles, 550 f

. radiated, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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