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The general formulas developed in this section, especially (14.65) and (14.67),

will be applied in this chapter and subsequent ones to various problems

involving the

applied ...

The general formulas developed in this section, especially (14.65) and (14.67),

will be applied in this chapter and subsequent ones to various problems

involving the

**emission**of radiation. The magnetic-moment formula (14.74) will beapplied ...

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In radiation problems, such as the

decay, the wave nature of the charged ... are relatively hard to include (see

Chapter 17), but also because of the discrete quantum nature of the photons

In radiation problems, such as the

**emission**of bremsstrahlung or radiative betadecay, the wave nature of the charged ... are relatively hard to include (see

Chapter 17), but also because of the discrete quantum nature of the photons

**emitted**.Page 528

15.8 Radiation

and Magnetic Moment In beta

gives rise to radiation. In orbital-electron capture the sudden disappearance of an

...

15.8 Radiation

**Emitted**in Orbital-Electron Capture—Disappearance of Chargeand Magnetic Moment In beta

**emission**the sudden creation of a fast electrongives rise to radiation. In orbital-electron capture the sudden disappearance of an

...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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